Durand line

Durand line agreement: still a bad memory for many Afghans

PESHAWAR: The Durand line agreement was signed more than a century ago by the ruler of Afghanistan...

“Women in existential crises”

Women:  A term everyone knows on the outside But...

‘Mr Prime Minister Select’

In his very first speech Pakistan People’s Party’s Bilawal Bhutto coined the phrase “PM selected” for Imran...
Arrest deaths and diseases via custodians of drugs “The Pharmacists”

Arrest deaths and diseases via custodians of drugs “The Pharmacists”

In Quetta, Baluchistan it is their fifth day of hunger strike camp where thousands of pharmacists are demanding their due rights from the government of Baluchistan.
Another political battlefield is imminent after the arrest of former President Asif Ali Zardari, Muttahida Qaumi Movement founder Altaf Hussain

Emerging crisis for Imran’s government

Other opposition parties like Jamiat-e-Ulama-e-Islam -Fazal (JUI-F), Jumat-e-Islami and Qaumi Watan party had also announced their agitation plan against the policies of PTI government.
Asad Ullah Haroon

13 Years of Torture: An ‘Innocent’ Afghan in Guantanamo Bay

"I have always wanted Al Qaeda out of our country, so we can deliver peace for my daughter, and for the children of everyone else."

Understanding the Process of radicalization

The government is running De-radicalisation Centers since 2009 but they are not proven effective. Part of this is linked to them trying to de-radicalise young people without understanding the drivers behind radicalisation.

Barbershop – an institute for political awareness

“I consider the barbershops as a school for me where I have learnt many important things regarding national and international affairs”
KP local government act: A relief or further complications?

KP local government act: A relief or further complications?

The proposed amendments also collide with 18th Amendment because about 10 departments, of lesser value, will be viable for devolution of powers.

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