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مردم شماری اور بلوچستان

مردم شماری اور بلوچستان بشکریہ: ڈیلی انتخاب

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Above the Law?

By Umer Ali The special powers given to the army to try civilian suspects of terrorism in military courts expired early last month. In principle, the PML-N government decided to lobby for an extension in their powers through reaching a consensus with other political parties. At the expiration of military courts, …

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When Nationalism Strikes Back

Far from being an outmoded relic of the past, nationalism is flourishing. Michael Lind WHEN THE Cold War ended a generation ago, much of the Western foreign-policy elite asserted that nationalism was in decline. Old-fashioned national liberation movements were increasingly irrelevant; in a world with a single global economy, it …

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Book festival in Gwadar

Editorial – Dawn News LITERARY, film and theatre festivals are now very much an essential part of the cultural calendar of Pakistan’s metropolitan cities. Throughout the year, such events take place in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, where literati gather to discuss the questions of the day and artists display their …

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It’s time India changed the foreign policy calculus with Pakistan and China

Kanwal Sibal If Donald Trump’s election and his robust views on Islamic radicalism have raised the possibility of tougher US policy on Pakistan’s terrorist affiliations, China’s increasing obduracy in shielding Pakistan from Indian and international pressure on terrorism is a thwarting reality. Pakistan has been adept at playing the dual …

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Islamic State has gained a foothold in Pakistan – and the government allowed it – William Dalrymple

The Sehwan bombing is a result of the Saudi-funded fundamentalism that has taken a grip in the country. Last week, only three days after a suicide bomb went off in Lahore, an Islamic State supporter struck a crowd of Sufi dancers celebrating in the great Pakistani shrine of Sehwan Sharif. The attack, …

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Apologia

  ZARRAR KHUHRO — IN keeping with the title of this piece, I’ll start with a pre-emptive apology of my own: I’m sorry if anything written here happens to hurt national security, democracy or your feelings. I’m sorry that this piece and countless others like it even have to be …

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بلو چستان میں مردم شماری پر تحفظات برقرار

مردم شماری کے حوالے سے کوئٹہ میں قومی یکہجتی جرگہ منعقدہوا جس میں صوبہ بھر سے سیاسی جماعتوں اور قبائلی عمائدین نے شرکت کی۔ جرگہ کی صدارت قبائلی رہنماء سابق سینیٹر حاجی لشکری رئیسانی نے کی۔جرگہ کے دوران قبائلی وسیاسی جماعتوں کے رہنماؤں نے کہا کہ افغان مہاجرین کے ہوتے …

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Is Pakistan actually growing?

By: Ayesha Iftikhar There is a generally recognised link between economic growth and prosperity as both are non-mutually exclusive events. Economic prosperity is an indicator that measures the overall well-being of the citizens living in a state through income distribution, provisions of safety and security and standards of health and …

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Time for Pakistan to walk the talk on Afghanistan

Time for Pakistan to walk the talk on Afghanistan Ashraf Jehangir Qazi If there is no peace and stability in Afghanistan, there will be no peace and stability in Pakistan. Afghanistan has suffered from external interference and intervention of one kind or another throughout its history. It continues to be …

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