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Letter: Role Of Pakistan In Yemen Conflict

Letter: Role Of Pakistan In Yemen Conflict

Pakistan’s foreign policy is inherently no-interventionist. Yet it has always been unequivocal in its political, diplomatic and humanitarian support for Muslims in Palestine, Kashmir and recently in Yemen. Saudi Arabia is a brotherly Muslim country with an immutable religious reverence, therefore its call for helps needs to be considered with utmost sincerity. This is what our civilian and military leadership ...

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Future Of Kurds In Iraq

Future Of Kurds In Iraq

Junaid Jamali No entity, group, nation or state whatever the basis for its creation or existence can have priority over the intrinsic rights of the people it integrates to itself for supposedly higher and noble aims. Imposition of languages, culture, ethics and values however lofty in the eyes of the imposer cannot be justified on any grounds be they religious, ...

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Letter: The Dignity of Labour

Letter: The Dignity of Labour

In the late 19th Century, 1 May was chosen as international Workers’ day as well Labours day by the Socialists of the Second International to commemorate the Haymarket affair in Chicago. International Workers Day means many things to us. For most, it means a day off from work. 1 May actually has a long historical tradition about the worker that ...

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8 Soldiers Of Iran Killed Near Balochistan Border

8 Soldiers Of Iran Killed Near Balochistan Border

Tehran – 8 soldiers of Iran have been killed near Balochistan border, according to reports of IRNA news agency on Tuesday. According to sources of IRNA, Iranian soldiers were allegedly killed by armed men who had entered Iran from Pakistan. “Armed terrorists entered Iran from Pakistan and clashed with border guards, killing eight soldiers before fleeing back to Pakistan,” Ali ...

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Pakistani Military Adventure In Yemen Would Affect Balochistan

Pakistani Military Adventure In Yemen Would Affect Balochistan

Himayat Ullah Dostain Pakistan is intending to join the Yemen war and this would create more instability for Pakistan. The domestic situation in Pakistan is instable due to operation against Taliban, huge military presence in North West and border clashes with India. Still Pakistan is supposed to protect the sovereignty of Saudi Arabia. It’s alleged that Iran is supporting the Houthi ...

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Balochistan Will Be Affected If Pakistan Interfered In Yemen: Asfandyar Wali

Balochistan Will Be Affected If Pakistan Interfered In Yemen: Asfandyar Wali

Quetta – President of Awami National Party (ANP), Asfandyar Wali Khan has stated that people of Balochistan will be the biggest victim if Pakistan army is sent to take part in Yemen war. Addressing ANP provincial working committee meeting in Peshawar, Asfandyar Wali said that people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are still paying for interference of Pakistan in Afghan war in ...

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Suppression Of Dissent: WordPress.Com Banned In Pakistan

Suppression Of Dissent: WordPress.Com Banned In Pakistan

Quetta – In a highly questionable move, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has banned WordPress.com in Pakistan, on Sunday. WordPress.com is the largest blog hosting website in the world with millions of users. It’s the most common platform used by Pakistani bloggers. PTA was granted with the powers to manage internet content by Prime Minister few days back. The first major ...

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Blaming The Victim

Blaming The Victim

Shahzanth Baloch Joyti Singh a medical student was brutally gang raped by six men in India’s capital Delhi in 2012. At that night, Joyti and her friend, after watching a movie in cinema, were standing on the road for the departure to their home. Suddenly, a bus came to them that why they are roaming at the night. People in ...

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A Memorable Visit Of Iran

A Memorable Visit Of Iran

Sami Parvez On 11th February, I met with my brother Irfan Obaid to bid him farewell before embarking on my journey to Iran. I started my journey towards Iran in a rented car which I shared with another passenger. My fellow passenger was an Iranian citizen who was returning back to his hometown after conducting some official business in Pakistan. ...

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Past Walks With Me‏

Past Walks With Me‏

Razzak Sarbazi Yesterday, I wept during sleep Days were frozen, whole day I walked alone and was cherishing memories of my mother During sleep, I embraced her and couldn’t stop my tears I woke up early morning at 6’O clock there was dark still, Syrian war stricken were sleeping profoundly in their rooms Naughty Albanian children were also lying fatigued ...

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