Moral Values of Pakistani Parliamentarians - By: Munir M Hasan, PhD

Recently, the Senate of Pakistan elections have been completed and everybody knows how these have been completed.

Posted On: Mar 10, 18 | 9:49 am

TERRORISM THREATS ON CPEC IN GILGET BALTISTAN & AJK - BY: Tahir Iqbal

Chin Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is landmark Project between China And Pakistan substantially it's terms and conditions were done during peoples party's government....

Posted On: Mar 06, 18 | 10:40 am

Image Credit: Supplied A road to regional stability - By: Sajjad Ashraf

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a ‘flagship project’ within China’s Belt and Road Initiative, is fast heading towards closure of ‘early harvest’ projects

Posted On: Mar 01, 18 | 10:32 am

Pakistan is a Banana Republic! - By: Saeed Qureshi

There is a variety of definitions of the commonly used term, “Banana Republic”. One definition that we find in the political science books is that a Banana Republic is a country...

Posted On: Feb 27, 18 | 3:13 am

PNB Scam: Law fails to net big fishes - BY: Adv. Masood Peshimam

The saying goes that there is the crime behind every big money. The criminals care a boot for law as they feel that they can play havoc with justice by purchasing the same.

Posted On: Feb 26, 18 | 9:22 am

No respite in US bellicosity against Pakistan - BY: Asif Haroon Raja

George Bush threatened Gen Musharraf that Pakistan will be pushed into Stone Age if he didn't accept the US seven demands. Pakistan’s support helped the US in overthrowing...

Posted On: Feb 20, 18 | 9:07 am

Why Pakistan Can’t Defeat Banned Groups -By: Muhammad Amir Rana | Via ViewsWeek.com

When a narrative loses appeal it simply requires a review. Harping on lost arguments creates only confusion and distraction. Banned militant groups are continuously giving Pakistan diplomatic stress, which Islamabad needs to address sooner than later.

Posted On: Feb 16, 18 | 9:29 am

​[American] ​ Empire - By: Chris Hedges

Chris Hedges, spent nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans.

Posted On: Feb 16, 18 | 9:27 am

The Kashmir Dispute was ‘Almost Resolved’ and Why Not Now? - An Analysis By: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch

The Kashmir Dispute was ‘Almost Resolved’ by Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf and Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the Agra Summit!

Posted On: Feb 14, 18 | 9:51 am

MQM in disarray - BY: Asif Haroon Raja

The foundations of MQM was laid by mercurial and firebrand Altaf Hussain in 1984 on the pillars of violence, terrorism and fascism.

Posted On: Feb 13, 18 | 12:40 pm
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