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AFGHANISTAN

Burying The Past

Posted By Lt Gen (R) Naeem khalid lodhi

Things have started moving suddenly and apparently all in the right direction. A ceasefire along the Line of Control, peace offered by our own Prime Minister and Army Chief, a positive response by Indian PM Narendra Modi, the Pakistani Indus Water Commissioner’s visit to India, Bangladesh felicitating on Pakistan Day&mda

BANGLADESH

This is how India will break into pieces!

Posted By Ikram Sehgal

The largest country in South Asia; India today, reaching from the Himalayas in the north to Kanya Kumari in the South, is globally the second-most populous country after China and the seventh-largest country by land area. Both Bangladesh and Pakistan differ from India despite having a common history, culture, and languages. To

PAKISTAN

Pak-Saudi relations—a timely reset

Posted By Taj M Khattak

Pakistan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) have enjoyed very close and cordial relations with each other since the creation of Pakistan. Both countries have strongly supported each other in times of need. KSA’s support to Pakistan during the 1965 and 1971 wars with India deserves special mention, as the country&rsquo

INDIA

India’s Ignorance of its Political Prisoners during Pandemic

Posted By Naveelah Ishteyaque

The second wave in recent weeks has overwhelmed the healthcare system, leaving hospitals and people both struggling to cope with critical drugs and oxygen in short supply. The situation now seems a little under control with infections slowing down. Pandemic has revealed a lot of mismanagement on the part of the government. Man

KASHMIR-RIGHS

Burying The Past

Posted By Lt Gen (R) Naeem khalid lodhi

Things have started moving suddenly and apparently all in the right direction. A ceasefire along the Line of Control, peace offered by our own Prime Minister and Army Chief, a positive response by Indian PM Narendra Modi, the Pakistani Indus Water Commissioner’s visit to India, Bangladesh felicitating on Pakistan Day&mda

NEPAL

This is how India will break into pieces!

Posted By Ikram Sehgal

The largest country in South Asia; India today, reaching from the Himalayas in the north to Kanya Kumari in the South, is globally the second-most populous country after China and the seventh-largest country by land area. Both Bangladesh and Pakistan differ from India despite having a common history, culture, and languages. To

SRI LANKA

Who benefited from Sri Lankan tragedy?

Posted By Adeela Naureen

A devastating series of eight bomb blasts ripped through churches holding Easter services and high-end hotels in Sri Lanka on 21 Apr 19, killing nearly 300 people, including dozens of foreigners and injuring nearly 500. International media especially that of India are in the forefront in reporting that a local Islamist extremi

GLOBL

When Cow Dung Meets Coronavirus

Posted By Satya Sagar

 “Cow dung, cow urine didn’t work. Groundless argument. Tomorrow I will eat fish”. In mid-May this year, this simple Facebook post about the futility of bovine waste as a cure for Covid-19, was enough to get Kishorechandra Wangkhem, a journalist from

EDITOR'S PICK

At least 50 killed in Myanmar’s Bloodiest Day

Posted By admin

Myanmar has seen the most violent crackdown on pro-democracy protesters on Saturday when the ruling military regime put on a show of its strength on its annual Armed Forces Day, killing at least 50 people. The junta, in a televised message on Friday night, warned the protesters of the risk of being shot in the head and back if

CHINA

Burying The Past

Posted By Lt Gen (R) Naeem khalid lodhi

Things have started moving suddenly and apparently all in the right direction. A ceasefire along the Line of Control, peace offered by our own Prime Minister and Army Chief, a positive response by Indian PM Narendra Modi, the Pakistani Indus Water Commissioner’s visit to India, Bangladesh felicitating on Pakistan Day&mda