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QAU protest and the state’s contempt towards students

    QAU protest and the state’s contempt towards students

Ammar Rashid To rescue Pakistan’s crumbling education system, students, as the primary stakeholders of the system, must be allowed to speak, peacefully organise and have a say in decision-making about

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Crossroads of the Silk Route

    Crossroads of the Silk Route

M. Saleem Beg Leh, the capital of Ladakh and the first major town as one descends from the Tibetan plateau and the Karakoram mountain range, has been variously described as

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Shutdown, cleanup

Aasim Sajjad Akhtar AND so Nawaz, Maryam and Safdar have been indicted. All while reconciliation between Maryam and Hamza is in the works. And all while Safdar’s hateful speech in

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Canada should take moral leadership for peacekeeping through pluralist discourse

By Fayyaz Baqir The new millennium has brought new hopes and challenges for the global community. The end of cold war supposed to lead to a lasting peace generated new

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An open debate

Amir Hussain In an era of plummeting optimism for peace and prosperity, the prospects of a better life begin to

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Illogical, colonial stance of Kashmiris on GB’s status

Sultan Madad There has been a general misunderstanding among the people of Jammu and Kashmir with respect to the identity

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Setting up special force for protection of CPEC in GB approved

Correspondent GILGIT, Oct 6: The federal government has approved the establishment of a special protection unit (SPU) in Gilgit-Baltistan for

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Slain Indian journalist and Pakistani peace activist share award

MUMBAI, Oct 5: Two fearless Asian women who have risked their lives campaigning against religious extremism — one of whom

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Media watchdog, rights activists decry muzzling dissent voices in GB

Farman Ali ISLAMABAD, Oct 5: Media watchdogs, political and rights activists have voiced concern at the abuse of anti-terrorism and

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Two killed as jeep falls into Indus river in Kharmang

Correspondent SKARDU, Oct 5: Two persons were killed as jeep fell into a deep gorge in Baltistan division on Thursday,

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