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Pashtun leader Mehmud Khan Achakzai demands to call a Loya Jirga of Afghan elders, living on both sides of the Durand Line

To search out solution of the Afghan crisis, Pashtun leader Mehmud Khan Achakzai demands to call a Loya Jirga of Afghan elders, living on both sides of the Durand Line PASHTUNKHWA: The Chief of Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PKMAP), Mahmood Khan Achakzai in his recent speech at Qilla Abdullah in Baluchistan province, said that any Pashtun in Pakistan who are not feeling the ...

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Omran, ‘real face’ of Syrian conflict, appears in Russian event

ENEVA: Russia fought back on Wednesday against what it called “fake news” surrounding the battle for Aleppo, hosting a UN event with a video appearance by the boy whose blood-streaked face became a symbol of the conflict. The August 2016 footage of the young Omran Daqneesh, shell-shocked and covered in dust while sitting in an ambulance after an air strike, ...

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Exciting times in the UK

LONDON: A last-minute election called, thrilling campaigning and a hung parliament at the end. Theresa May thought she could increase her majority prior to starting the EU Brexit negotiations and so, despite denying it several times, she called a general election. The campaign started with the Conservative Party (right-wing) well in front in the polls, but Labour’s leader Jeremy Corbyn ...

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Inspire and Burn in Hell- Brzezinski!

Zbigniew Brzezinski was a well known American-Polish scholar of International Relations and a former American National Security Advisor who served during the Carter administration (1977-1981). He profoundly influenced US policy in dealing with tumultuous world events during the late 1970s, such as the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan (1979) and the Islamic Revolution in Iran (1979). The US policy along with ...

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Pashtun leader Abdul Rahim Mandokhail passes away

Quetta: Former Senator and sitting Member of National Assembly (MNA) of Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) Abdul Rahim Mandokhail passed away here after brief illness. The deceased lawmaker was Deputy Chairman of Achakzai-led Pashtun nationalist party, PkMAP. He was elected as MNA from NA-260 Quetta-cum-Chaghi in 2013 elections. His funeral prayer will be offered in his ancestral Jhoke. Born on ...

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French presidential election: Centrist Macron and Marine Le Pen of the National Front leading French vote

PARIS: Partial results from the French presidential election suggest that the centrist Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen of the anti-immigration National Front will face each other in next month’s run-off poll. Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen will contest the second round of the French presidential election, initial projections suggested Sunday, after a nail-biting vote seen ...

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Punjab; a forbidden land for Pashtuns

PUNJAB: The University of Punjab is the largest and one of the most prestigious institution of Pakistan. From the recent terror activities Islami Jammiat Talaba (IJT) has confirmed its connection to the terrorist organization that was strengthened during military rule in Pakistan. It seems like it is becoming a daily routine in Pakistan that this terrorist organization is working on ...

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Put full end to Afghan refugees persecution: Pashtun leader Asfandyar Wali Khan told PM Sharif

KABUL: The Pashun nationalist has came hard over Pakistan’s duplicity policy against Pashtun communities and Afghan refugee living in Punjab province. The Chief of Awami National Party (ANP), Asfandyar Wali Khan has sent a letter to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, complaining against the ongoing harassment of Pashtuns and Afghan refugees by the Punjab police. The letter highlighted ...

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The Iqbal Chair Delay —How long will the Pakistani Government keep the University of Heidelberg’s South Asia Institute waiting

HEIDELBERG: The University of Heidelberg, established in 1386 is Germany’s oldest university and one of the most significant research institutions in Europe. Since its formation, the University of Heidelberg has experienced a lot of ups and downs with regard to its scientific reputation, its scholarly appeal and its popularity amongst professors and students alike. In the 19th century, the University of ...

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The Last Chapter

The demography plays an important role in the stability, peace, progress and smooth running of a country and the foreign and domestic policy is grossly rest on demography, strategic location. Watan (Motherland) and country are inherently different words. Countries are made by people and disintegrated by people. Watan (Motherland) is a more natural entity, owned by a race or inheritance ...

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