Category: Op-Ed

The Less Privileged Of Pakistan Should Start Giving Birth On The Streets Instead Of Hospitals

The most beautiful moment in the life of a person, man or woman, is when they hold their newborn child in their arms for the first time. The magnitude of…

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Here’s Why Celebrating 14th August In Balochistan Is Becoming Increasingly Difficult

The mineral rich lands of Balochistan, a province that is given little importance and consideration in the status quo of the country, regardless of which party or pillar of the…

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The Curious Case Of Chaudhry Nisar And Nawaz Sharif — What Exactly Happened?

They say change is the only constant thing in the world, everything seizes, but changes continue to take place. Such is the example of the incumbent government of Pakistan. Only…

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Nawaz Sharif’s Power Show Carries On As He Delivers His Speech In Jhelum

Political show of strength continues for the PML-N even after the Panama verdict has been announced. Former Prime Minister and former chairman of PML-N, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, remained the…

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Op-Ed: India-Pakistan Constructivist Security

Before a discussion on India-Pakistan relations, let's have a brief introduction about what is constructivist security and why it is mandatory. The era of cold war was dominated by the…

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Op-Ed: Ramadan Transmissions Should Be Banned In Pakistan

Indeed, we all were set to welcome the sacred thirty days; ready to fast, steady to pray, planned to recite Holy Quran and fully invigorated to spend day and night…

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OpEd: If Russia-Trump Ties Are True; NATO Is In Trouble

If recent allegations of possible collusion between Russia and then Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump’s campaign during 2016 election are proved by multi-faceted various separate probes then one of the…

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