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Jihad in India, Kashmir and Afghanistan: A Boost to Pakistan?

Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), a group designated by both the U.S. and Pakistan as a terrorist organization, continues to mount attacks against Indian forces in the disputed Kashmir region. It  operates under the guidance of Pakistan’s intelligence service, known as the ISI, as part of the ISI’s regional “proxy” strategy. However, LeT’s …

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Pak’s duplicity continues

By: Imtiaz Waziri-Many FATA observers and common people believe that the recent military incursion, Khyber-4, launched by Pakistani military in Khyber Agency is a face saving attempt, being started in July as a result of recent visit of US Congressional delegation led by Senator John McCain. FATA people believe that …

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Kung Pao Chicken and the Afghan Appetite

By Jamaluddin Aram-In first grade I had a pencil and on it in a golden color it said: “dosti mardom-e chin wa Afghanistan zinda ba’ad,” long-live the friendship of the people of Afghanistan and China. And that was the first time I heard the word “China.” I had to wait …

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Editorial: Put an end to war with education

Now it becomes a fact that we can’t change situation only by military means, and we see that US military wasn’t wining in Afghanistan, and this is a bitter reality. After more than 16 years of war, US forces are still struck here without putting a logical end to the …

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Pakistan is breeding nursery of global terrorism: MQM

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: Muhajir Qaumi Movement (MQM), Pakistan’s opposition party has staged a massive demonstration in front of White House against enforced disappearances, paramilitary operation and extra judicial killings of its party members in Karachi, capital city of Sindh province, Pajhwok Afghan News reported. Mohajir Qaumi Movement (MQM) Convener Nadeem …

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Invisible Afghan children

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad-Being a child in Afghanistan is a life-time misfortune, where children are invisible victims of the war, desperate poverty and domestic violence. The ongoing war in the country silently leaves children dead or wounded in record numbers. As it seems no end to the war, children likely remain …

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Pakistan’s double game benefits none

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad-From the very beginning of the global war on terror since 2000, Pakistan, a militarized country, has used to play a double game in volatile region which undermine peace and stability of Middle East, Central Asia and Southern Asian countries. The Pakistan’s game doesn’t even benefit Pakistani people, …

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Here comes generation Z

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad-In April, friends and family members of Freshta Bakhtiari, a senior high school student, celebrated her 17th birthday. The party reminds her that she is one of teenagers who lives shared pattern of the Generation Z which she belongs. Generation Z, which is also known as Post-Millennial, the …

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