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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 political worker who wanted me to highlight the case of

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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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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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An open debate

Amir Hussain In an era of plummeting optimism for peace and prosperity, the prospects of a better life begin to vanish from the popular memory. This is bound to happen

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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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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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Where does power lie?

    Where does power lie?

Ammar Ali Jan The Rangers’ refusal to allow Ahsan Iqbal entry into the NAB court premises was a comical situation

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As terror attacks recede, tourism in Pakistan starts to thrive

    As terror attacks recede, tourism in Pakistan starts to thrive

By  Chris Kay After a bone-jarring mountain journey, Alan Cameron surveys the snow-capped peaks of Pakistan’s north near the Saiful

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The misfits in the ‘Land of the Pure’

By Waseem Altaf Qurattulain Haider, author of one of the greatest Urdu novels ‘Aag Ka Darya’ had come to Pakistan

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