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Category: Civil War

Mistakes In The ‘Origin’

Well, the main proponent of the Theory of Evolution had possibly made more than a mistake! Once in his lifetime, he had an opportunity to experiment with a human skull. […]

Left For A Safe Haven?

It has been for quite some time that the Global Community forgot Sharbat Gula (b. March 20, 1972), the green-eyed Afghan girl whose 1985 cover photo in National Geographic magazine […]

Setting The Scene

The Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) – the premier intelligence agency of Pakistan, operationally responsible for gathering, processing, and analysing information relevant for national security from around the world – has been […]

Squaring Off

The Islamic State (ISIS) terror outfit committed most of their repulsive acts at al-Naim Square in the northern Syrian city of Raqa. The Square was notorious as the ‘Roundabout Of […]

Smile Bringing Miles Of Hope To All!

At a time when the world is going through various crises, Turkish photographer Mehmet Aslan has sent a ray of hope to the Global Community through a picture clicked by […]

Stepping Up Engagements

The European Union (EU) has softened its stand on Afghanistan, as the 28-member European Bloc has sanctioned EUR 1 billion (or USD 1.2 billion) as Humanitarian Aid for the war-ravaged […]

Through The Prism Of Foreign Policy

Following the Partition of the Indian Sub-continent into two Dominions in 1947, the Government of India, led by Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, showed understanding and supported relocation of those, […]

Immense Courage & Resilience…

The Pakistani fighter jets bombed the bases of Northern Alliance in Panjshir Valley, immediately after the visit of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Chief Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed to Kabul on September […]