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Worsening situation of North Waziristan

By: Shamim Shahid Situation in the already terror-hit North Waziristan is worsening day by day due to prolong curfew imposition and restricting dwellers to home on security grounds. Though since 2017, last tribesmen repatriated from Bannu and other parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ahead with military forces instructions and restrictions but …

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Worsening Situation In North Waziristan

Shamim Shahid The situation in the already terror-hit North Waziristan adjacent with south-eastern provinces of Afghanistan is worsening day by day due to prolong curfew imposition and restricting dwellers to home on security grounds. Though since 2017 last, tribesmen repatriated from Bannu and other parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ahead with …

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Opinion: External factors of Pak terrorism

Traditionally, the state of Pakistan has an potential enmity with India by birth and a long–term border difference and ethnic tension with Afghanistan. After independence it has fought four declared wars with India without any success. The policy of Islamisation pursued by the regime of Zia-ul-Haq and later governments proceeded …

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China, the unstoppable locomotive of growth

By Seddiq Hussainy China has been a genuine example for the world, particularly the developing Asia, in orchestrating an unprecedented rapid economic growth and accomplishing the excruciating task of dealing with extreme poverty. China’s profound transformation due to flexible and vigorous economic policies has helped uplift lives of more than …

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Women rights is a domestic question

By Hadi Miraan The Afghan women’s tragic life situation is a historic dilemma that is the direct product of our prevalent culture, traditions and historic beliefs. After 9/11 when the Taliban regime overthrew by international alliance, the dilemma of Afghan women recognized internationally and beside many other issues, it situated …

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Inching towards Afghan reconciliation

There is no better time for peace than now in Afghanistan. The most recent round of intense negotiations between the United States and the Taliban reflects how serious all parties are about achieving peace in Afghanistan. The fact that the talks in Doha continued into the first week of the …

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BRI will clear doubts as it progresses

(By Pan Yixuan, Adapted from China Daily) Editor’s Note: Doubts have again been raised over the Belt and Road Initiative’s goals, with some calling it a “debt trap” for participating countries and China’s “geopolitical expansion tool”. Why are anti-China elements using such ploys to malign China? And will they see …

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