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Category: Pakistan

Seeking Berth In UNSC

Ahead of 77th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 77) that began on September 13, 2022, Abdulla Shahid, the Foreign Minister of the Maldives, said that his country wanted […]

They Were Not The Only Ones

Dedicated to my Apa (elder sister) Farah Deeba Deepti, the member of Election Management Committee (of Bangladesh Awami League) and Executive Member of Bangladesh-India Friendship Society… The Indians usually blame […]

In Spite Of Oppression

Although Pakistan observes Independence Day annually on August 14, these people do not participate in it. In spite of the fear of oppression by the Pakistani Army on their home […]

Tackling The ‘Barbarians’

It is known that the British had suffered a bloody and miserable defeat in the First Anglo-Afghan War, in 1838-42. Although some battles took place after that war, the Britons […]

A Goodwill Gesture

The 1,200-year-old Valmiki Temple in Pakistan shall be restored, after a long legal battle. The Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) – a statutory board of the Government of Pakistan that […]

A Fanatic, With A Difference

He had become an eye surgeon (or ophthalmologist), after earning a Master’s Degree in Surgery. However, he shall always be remembered as one of three leaders of two notorious terror […]

Allowed To Visit, Finally

It was a dream come true for a nonagenarian Indian lady, who recently crossed the barbed wire fence to step into her ancestral home in Pakistan from India, after 75 […]

Pakistan: Next In Line

After triggering an economic collapse of Sri Lanka and some of the African countries with its Debt-trap diplomacy, China, seemingly, is all set to do the same with Pakistan. As […]

A ‘Different’ Resurgence

The Taliban recaptured Afghanistan and formed a Government in Kabul on August 15, 2021, with the help of Pakistan after years of insurgency. Now, the Deobandi-Pashtun Islamic fundamentalist, militant Islamist […]