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Hunza snow avalanche: Hope fades for three missing youth  

    Hunza snow avalanche: Hope fades for three missing youth  

Special Correspondent HUNZA, April 11: Hopes fading for the survival of three young tourists who were buried under the debris of snow and mudslide after an avalanche hit their hut

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Need for a collective struggle to counter land grabbing in GB stressed

    Need for a collective struggle to counter land grabbing in GB stressed

Ehtisham Khan Karachi NSF-GB, Sindh Zone, organizes the 29th study circle at Karachi to discuss impact of mega projects on people, environment and ecosystem of GB        

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Suppression of critical thinking has given rise to current socio-political malaise: Hoodbhoy

    Suppression of critical thinking has given rise to current socio-political malaise: Hoodbhoy

HAH Special Report ISLAMABAD: Suppression of critical thinking and scientific enquiry have given rise to the current social and political malaise in Pakistan, says Prof Pervez Amirali Hoodbhoy, a famed

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Pakistanis distressed as Uighur wives vanish in China dragnet

    Pakistanis distressed as Uighur wives vanish in China dragnet

By Gohar Abbas with Ben Dooley ISLAMABAD/BEIJING: Every autumn on the mountainous Karakoram Highway, part of the ancient Silk Road, groups of Pakistani merchants living in China’s far west would wave

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Evil Eighties

    Evil Eighties

Salman Tarik Kureshi “Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies in the final sense, a

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Waves of Culture in Lahore

    Waves of Culture in Lahore

Fawzia Afzal-Khan The Lahore Literary Festival has been succeeded by a string of events and activities in Lahore bespeaking a

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Challenges of water security in Central Asia

  HAH Report The notion of water security in Central Asia has evolved throughout the years in an attempt to

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Academics from world, local top varsities voice concern at social media campaign against two PU teachers

    Academics from world, local top varsities voice concern at social media campaign against two PU teachers

In a letter, over 60 noted professors, researchers urge Punjab university admin, provincial authorities to ensure the protection of life

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World marks Women’s Day hot on heels of rights demands

    World marks Women’s Day hot on heels of rights demands

Pakistani leftwing working-class women organized rallies in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi for equal space, rights and against patriarchy, exploitation and

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Obituary: An epitome of struggle — Jam Saqi (1944-2018)

    Obituary: An epitome of struggle — Jam Saqi (1944-2018)

Tausif Ahmed Khan Communist politician Jam Saqi facing a military court set up by Gen Ziaul Haq in Karachi. Former

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