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Gilgit-Baltistan’s political prisoners — I

    Gilgit-Baltistan’s political prisoners — I

Zaigham Abbas   The Pashtun Tahaffuz movement (PTM) has infused a new spirit for dissent and serious debate in Pakistan. The issues of extremism and terrorism are an existential threat

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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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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 notion of citizenship and community which encourages one to think

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Harnessing GB’s tourism potential

    Harnessing GB’s tourism potential

By Zameer Abbas Pakistan has started issuing on-arrival visas to tourists from 24 countries, notably the United States, China, the United Kingdom, France, Norway, Austria, Finland and Greece etc., from

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Impediments to philosophy

    Impediments to philosophy

Aziz Ali Dad The 20th century was unique because of the drastic changes and ruptures it witnessed in every sphere

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Manufacturing Zombies 

    Manufacturing Zombies 

By Waseem Altaf Writing textbooks for students who are in a formative stage is serious business. Errors and omissions on

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A symbol of political sanity

    A symbol of political sanity

Amir Hussain “What makes us think critically when we know the consequences [are] really harsh in this country,” says a

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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

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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

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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

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