Religious freedom and political stability
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Religious freedom and political stability

There is a lot of religious freedom in Pakistan. Anybody can do anything in the…

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A Gulzar for every Ghalib
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A Gulzar for every Ghalib

Hue mar ke hum jo rusva, hue kyon na gharq-e-dariya /
Na kabhi janaaza uthta, na…

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Jack Straw and rape
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Jack Straw and rape

Jack Straw, a minister in the Blair government who relayed to Britain the news about…

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The Third World is catching up
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The Third World is catching up

Taseer’s killer, media and the Muslim majority
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Taseer’s killer, media and the Muslim majority

DALLAS, Texas: The responsibility to perpetuate the truth falls squarely on each one of us,…

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Salman Taseer murder – politics or extremist act!
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Salman Taseer murder – politics or extremist act!

With sudden murder of governor Punjab Salman Taseer on 4th January in federal capital Islamabad…

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US justice on trial
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US justice on trial

America’s international standing as a fair and just country does not match its superpower status…

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New opportunity and old challenges —Dr Hasan-Askari Rizvi
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New opportunity and old challenges —Dr Hasan-Askari Rizvi

The threats to the Pakistani state include socio-cultural intolerance, religious extremism and the use of…

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China engages in copper politics – Syed Fazl-e-Haider
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China engages in copper politics – Syed Fazl-e-Haider

Interestingly, China is exploiting the world’s largest untapped deposits of copper under a security cover…

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Judging Obama’s choices
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Judging Obama’s choices

Just as scholars continue to debate how close we came to nuclear conflict during the…

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Islamophobia — closing the circle
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Islamophobia — closing the circle

India’s elite on the run
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India’s elite on the run

For a country with 1.2 billion people, India is ruled by a surprisingly small elite,…

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MQM plunging into opposition
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MQM plunging into opposition

With much manipulative news coming from Federal government Pakistan, Pakistani nationals face criticism all around…

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The path to nowhere
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The path to nowhere

The PPP-led federal government faces multiple problems in the beginning of the New Year. However,…

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What’s wrong with Muslims?
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What’s wrong with Muslims?

Check out this mail from a regular reader, Shiv Dhanush, for instance, in response to…

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