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National Question in Pakistan

The most discussed issue but more thorny in character. After chewing words for more than half a century I can see no solution to this question in the frame of Pakistan. Though I attained this maturity in mid-twenties of my ...

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Bacha Khan’s legacy

A few days ago Pope Francis in his Christmas message, mentioned three icons of peace and non-violence from the 20th century; Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly known as Bacha Khan). One would have expected it to ...

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An Afghan agenda for Trump

As U.S. President Barack Obama leaves office on January 20, he leaves behind an unfinished conflict, the longest lasting and least successful U.S. war in history: Afghanistan. For Afghanistan and the Afghans, Mr. Obama was a President of contradiction whose ...

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A Tribute to Bashir Bilour

The Awami National Party, ANP, led provincial government (2008- 2013) of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province came under relentless Taliban terror attacks. The Pashtun nationalist ANP lost over seven hundred workers, activists, supporters and their family members, including legislators. One of the ...

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War on Terror or Terror upon Terror

Contrary to the general perception, terrorism was started in South West Asia long before the Soviets invasion of Afghanistan. It was State terrorism then and State terrorism now. It is an obscured notion that they are Non-State actors; they are ...

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