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مردم شماری پر تحفظات ; نجم سیٹھی

مردم شماری پر تحفظات ; نجم سیٹھی  بشکریہ: روزنامہ جنگ

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Questions on CPEC

By: Anjum Altaf Has there been a fruitful line of inquiry regarding the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)? This largely depends on the questions with which one initiates the inquiry. Will CPEC be a game-changer for Pakistan? This drawing-room question is particularly useless to begin with. With so much uncertainty and so …

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A welcome CPEC benefit

Abbas Nasir GIVEN its magnitude, the China-Pakistan Econo­mic Corridor (CPEC) remains the subject of considerable debate in the country, with several experts weighing in with their figures of how much the $50 billion-plus projects are going to eventually cost Islamabad. Over a 30-year repayment period, these figures, which do not …

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Development cannot happen without improved governance

By: Raza Rumi PM Nawaz Sharif termed Gwadar’ Gateway of CPEC’ and an opportunity for ‘prosperity’, while announcing special development packages for the port-city on the Makran coast. This commitment to developing Gwadar is much needed as it is one of the most under-serviced areas of the country. While the …

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It’s time for the US to quit enabling Iran in Syria

By  Frederick W. Kagan, Kimberly Kagan Published March 16, 2017   If the Trump administration is serious about taking on Iran in the Middle East it must transform its strategy in Syria for fighting the terrorist Islamic State of Iraq and al Sham (ISIS).  Our current strategy will only continue to strengthen …

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CPEC: Is there cause for alarm?

KHURRAM HUSAIN A number of articles in the past week have created some undue anxiety about the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. Let us put it in plain English at the outset: CPEC is not another East India Company. That comparison is specious and entirely unhelpful, even if some find it useful …

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CPEC: Is there cause for alarm?

KHURRAM HUSAIN A NUMBER of articles in the past week have created some undue anxiety about the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. Let us put it in plain English at the outset: CPEC is not another East India Company. That comparison is specious and entirely unhelpful, even if some find it useful …

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ریلوے کی کوئی زمین نہیں ہے۔۔

ایک بار پھر وفاقی وزیر ریلوے سعد رفیق نے یہ دعویٰ کیا ہے کہ ریلوے کی زمین پر غیر قانونی قبضہ کیا گیا ہے اور یہ قبضہ پنجاب، سندھ اور بلوچستان میں بھی جاری ہے انہوں نے یہ اعلان کیا ہے کہ وہ سپریم کورٹ کو رجوع کریں گے کہ …

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Husain Haqqani claims his ‘connections’ led US to kill Osama

WASHINGTON: Pakis­tan’s former US ambassador Husain Haqqani has claimed that his ‘connections’ with the Obama administration enabled the United States to target and kill Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. In an article published in The Washington Post on Friday, Mr Haqqani defended the Trump team’s contacts with Russia during …

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The need for a museum on British colonisation of India

The decolonisation of the mind is among the greatest challenges today’s Indians have to face. The Times correspondent looking on at the sacking of the Kaiser Bagh, in a scene during the Indian Mutiny after the capture of Lucknow in India, March 15 1858 [The Print Collector/Getty Images] by Shashi …

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