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Date: 28 Mar 2014

Aijaz Hajini

Since the overthrow of democratically elected regime of Morsi the situation in Egypt is turning awful more so every day. The persecution by authoritarian regimes which have taunted Egyptians in every dimension has emerged again in its worst form. After the replacement of authoritarian regime of Hosni



Date: 28 Mar 2014

By Zaheerul Hassan

Bangladeshi Prime Minister, Hasina Wajid got furious after seeing local supporters flying Pakistani flags during Pakistan matches against Australia and India in Cricket World Cup T-20. Reportedly, she showed announce to the Bangladeshi administration over locals love for Pakistani Cricket Team.



Date: 27 Mar 2014

ALI SUKHANVER

Sometimes memories prove a gigantic hurdle in our way to progress particularly when they are nightmare-like bitterly unpleasant and horribly painful; but for a brighter future and a successful present, it is always advisable to get rid of all such pinching memories.



Date: 27 Mar 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

Although war against terrorism is quite different, as it is against an invisible and ruthless enemy which does not respect any rule, yet we can remember Shakespeare’s poetic expression which described war as ‘sons of hell’ is even applicable today in Pakistan where terrorists’ violent acts of destruction,



Date: 27 Mar 2014

By Muhammad Faheem Belharvi

The menace of terrorism is terrible and painful. The unending terrorism and neglect on arresting extremist trends and ideologies that are posing a serious challenge to the security of Pakistan. Interpreting these trends and ideologies by their sponsors through acts of violence against the people



Date: 26 Mar 2014

By Zaheerul Hassan

Business activities irrespective of its nature do play a pivotal role in strengthening the overall economy of any country. Every, government tries to attract the investors to invest their money for earning handsome profit in some safe various business fields.



Date: 25 Mar 2014

By: Azam Inqilabi

Number 23 has a significance for the revolutionaries of South Asia. Sardar Muhammad Abdul Qayoom Khan, now about 90, was a 23-year-old revolutionary when he, as determined warrior, triggered off armed insurgency at Neelabutt (Azad Kashmir) on Aug.23, 1947 against the dogra rule.



Date: 23 Mar 2014

KASHMIR HAS A RIGHT TO SECEDE

By Abdul Majid Zargar

Crimea has finally seceded from Ukraine. It made a history of sorts when 97% of its population, including the sizeable minority of Tatars voted in favor of the secession. The event has brought Crimea to the centre of international attention.



Date: 23 Mar 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

For her second tenure, Prime Minister of Bangladesh and leader of the ruling party, Awami League, Sheikh Hasina Wajid won the general elections 2014 in wake of bloodshed due to her dictatorial steps. In this regard, head of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), Begum Khaleda Zia



Date: 23 Mar 2014

Bilal Bashir Bhat

Srinagar: The owner of highest religious seat of Kashmir Mirwaiz Umar Farooq incidentally shares birthday with the anniversary of constitution of once a darling Pakistan.

Pertinently, the first ever constitution of Pakistan was adopted on 23 March 1956 declared as the world's first Islamic



Date: 21 Mar 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

Drought in Tharparkar in Sindh, which was going on for the last three years, has been worsened recently to a dangerous level, raising the death toll of starving children. It has adequately exposed the real worth of the rulers, uncovering their verbal assertions to reach the poor masses in order to save their lives.
In this regard, Supreme Court of Pakistan,



Date: 17 Mar 2014

-DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL

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The Common man’s (Aam Aadmi Party) is all set to field its founder leader Arvind Kejriwal against the BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi from the Varanasi (Kashi) Lok Sabha seat in Uttar Pradesh. Varanasi or Kashi a major Hindu



Date: 16 Mar 2014

Syed Maajid Rashid Andrabi

The decision to suspend Kashmiri students for cheering Pakistan team duly acknowledges the double standard nature of the biggest democratic setup!!! Yes and why not? When everyone is free to express his/her views and there lies right to expression for each and everyone, then why these students



Date: 16 Mar 2014

By Abdul Majid Zargar

It took twenty three years for Mr. S.M.Yasin, the former Deputy Commissioner of Kupwara to muster courage to dis-bosom some factual details about the Kunan-poshpura mass rape committed by 4-Rajputana Rifles of Indian army in February 1991.I am least impressed by his revelations & I have reasons to be so.



Date: 14 Mar 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

In July, 2013, the report of the Abbottabad Commission was published, which had also recorded the statement of the ex-DG ISI, Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha who indicated that the CIA had infiltrated in many foreign Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Pakistan including Save the Children, and due to lack of cooperation by other civil agencies and police,



Date: 14 Mar 2014

By Muhammad Arooj

Change is critical and I think, it is change that defines whether a particular object is dead or alive. Everything we do and what we do not do is only but a matter of change—a change of minds (disparity of minds)—this makes sure change is of every type, regional, demographic, physical, emotional, physiological and yes—global—the whole world can change too!



Date: 13 Mar 2014

By: Azam Inqilabi

“This is betrayal, abject capitulation and traitorous act”, this is how Sofi Muhammad Akbar, the 85-year-old resistance veteran and doyen, reacted while commenting on the tragic episode of dissolution and disbandment of Plebiscite Front and revival of National Conference on July 5, 1975 by Sheikh M. Abdullah,



Date: 13 Mar 2014

By Zaheerul Hassan

Real estate business in a very short span of time dominated others businesses that created interest of multiplication of wealth amongst all segments of the society starting from individual to the institutions. DHA is one of the institutions that really brought revolution in real estate business



Date: 12 Mar 2014

ALI SUKHANVER

“The town where I have been living with my family for the last fifty years is one of the most peaceful towns of Balochistan. My parents and my grand parents, all were born there and certainly all are buried there too. We have about hundred houses in our neighborhood and we all are very much close to one another.



Date: 11 Mar 2014

By: Shafiq Mir

The heading of this article may sound you strange but after reading the full text I am sure you will definitely appreciate my angle of thinking . I don’t claim that India has lost Kashmir physically, but for sure, India has left space open for those propagating separatism as per the style and fashion suitable to them . Let us see how India is out from Kashmir?



Date: 10 Mar 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

Welcoming ceasefire offer of the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), the government led by PML-N has not only halted the air strikes on the hideouts of the militants in the tribal areas, but also resumed the suspended peace dialogue with the Taliban. But, taking note of the terror-attack in the District Court of Islamabad which killed 11 people including an additional session judge on March 4



Date: 8 Mar 2014

Abdul Hamid Mir

Crime against women shows an increasing trend because of the unnecessary ‘exposure’ of female folk. A woman is safe at home and is susceptible to vulgarity once she steps outside unprotected. Despite her empowerment she continues to be exploited.



Date: 7 Mar 2014

Harm was done to Indian nationalism by the management of a private university at Meerut, which packed off a group of Kashmiri students for cheering Pakistan instead of India in the Asia Cup cricket match.

The act privileged a view of nationalism as a monochrome expression of unvarying and uniform loyalty from all sections regardless of their own context,



Date: 7 Mar 2014

-DR. ABDUL RUFF COLACHAL

Maybe for the first time in India the charge of sedition, hurled on those who speak for freedom or Kashmiris, has been slapped on the Muslim students studying in an Indian private university in Meerut.



Date: 7 Mar 2014

By Sajjad Shaukat

As a result of the elections 2013, the government led by a nationalist leader Chief Minister Balochistan Dr Abdul Malik Baloch has been established. Being progressive and moderate man, he ensured that socio-economic justice would meet with success, while playing a key role in empowering Baloch leaders to manage



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