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قومیں کیوں زوال پذیر ہوتی ہیں؟ ، ‘غاصبانہ نظام بمقابلہ حصہ دارانہ نظام’ – تحریر ؛ غلام فاروق بلوچ

قومیں کیوں زوال پذیر ہوتی ہیں؟ ، غاصبانہ نظام بمقابلہ حصہ دارانہ نظام – تحریر ؛ غلام فاروق بلوچ

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Mapping religious groups

Saleem Safi Extremism and terrorism pose an existential threat to the peace, progress and prosperity of the country. Unfortunately, we have failed to eradicate terrorism despite the fact that we have spent 15 years fighting it. The main reason for our failure seems to be our myopic approach towards the …

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Jingoism and jihad

Jingoism and jihad IRFAN HUSAIN GEN Bajwa hands over a list of 76 terrorists based across the border to the Afghan embassy in Islamabad. The Afghan government hands over a list of 85 terrorists it claims are operating from within Pakistan. Our army chief summons Afghan diplomats to GHQ. The …

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جگ ہنسائی – (ماہکان دستونکی کے قلم سے) – نرگس بلوچ

جگ ہنسائی – (ماہکان دستونکی کے قلم سے) – نرگس بلوچ بشکریہ: ڈیلی انتخاب

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Danger on the Durand Line

Tensions Rise Between Afghanistan and Pakistan By Michael Kugelman Last month, Pakistan suffered its deadliest spasm of terrorist violence since 2014. Over a period of four days in February, militants struck all four Pakistani provinces and three major urban spaces. The bloodshed culminated on February 16 with an assault on a …

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بہت سی زبانیں موت وزیست کی کشمکش میں مبتلا

شعیب رئیسانی |  وقتِ اشاعت :   March 4th, 2017 گزشتہ روز یعنی دو مارچ کو بلوچ کلچر ڈے منایا گیا جس کا مقصد اپنی ثقافت اورشناخت کو برقرار رکھنا تھا مگر ثقافت تب زندہ رہتی ہے جب زبان زندہ رہے آج بہت سی زبانیں موت اور زیست کی کشمکش میں مبتلا …

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’مذہبی جذبات اور ریاست کی سرپرستی‘

عابد حسین  بی بی سی اردو ڈاٹ کام، اسلام آباد 2 مار چ 2017 اسلام آباد کے مضافات میں واقع بارہ کہو کی سرسبز پہاڑیوں کے درمیان اٹھل گاؤں میں تین کنال کے رقبے پر قائم پولیس کمانڈو ممتاز قادری کا مزار اور یکم مارچ کو اُس پر چہل پہل …

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Pakistan’s uncertain future

By: Mohammed Ayoob On 16 February a suicide bomber blew himself up in the main hall of the shrine of Pakistan’s most popular sufi saint, Lal Shahbaz Qalandar, killing at least 88 people, including 21 children. The shrine is located in Sehwan in Pakistan’s Sindh province, which has a strong tradition of …

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Defining jihadists—OWEN BENNETT-JONES

BACK in 1954, the Justice Munir Commission report into the anti-Ahmadi violence in Punjab famously complained that no two Pakistani clerics, or “divines” in the language of the time, could agree on the definition of a Muslim. Today, President Trump might be finding himself similarly frustrated. His White House staff …

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Our New Afghanistan Strategy Must Get Tough on Pakistan

Put everything on the table, including Kashmir BY: Aaron MacLean Yesterday the Pentagon presented its recommendations to the White House for how to defeat ISIS. It is likely that the military campaign that will follow President Trump’s final decision will look a good deal like President Obama’s, albeit with looser restrictions, and possibly …

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