Dekha Ham Ne Cheen (We Visited China)

Dekha Ham Ne Cheen

Reviewed by Sajjad Shaukat Whenever any natural calamity or man-made disaster took place in Pakistan, without wasting time, the Custom officer Dr. Asif Mahmood Jah along with his devoted teams of Customs Health Care Society reached the affected areas and helped the helpless people by providing them the basic necessities …

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Main Fault Lines of India’s Politics

India Politics BJP Party Narendra Modi

While, the ideology of Hindutva (Hindu nationalism) is the genesis of Hindu terrorism, having co-relationship with it, the main fault lines of India’s politics is based upon the discriminatory system of caste and religion. These trends in Indian politics have become the staging ground for all the national movements and …

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Afghanistan’s Illogical Blame Game against Pakistan

Even in the modern world of today, if any country accuses any other country of supporting terrorism or militancy, there is some logic. But, it is quite surprising that Afghanistan continues illogical blame game against Pakistan in this respect. Therefore, Kabul’s such a policy needs analysis. On May 31, this …

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London Attack: Mossad-led ISIS Again Targeted the UK

London Attack, London bridge and Borough market

London Attack! Seven people were killed and 48 persons injured in the terror attack on London Bridge and at the adjacent Borough Market on Saturday (June 3, 2017). According to the British police and media, a van driving at high speed mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge before the occupants …

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Kulbhushan: The Spy of India’s Ruthless Terrorism

Relations between Pakistan and India further deteriorated since May 9, this year when on the appeal of India, the Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ) stayed the hanging of Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadhav who was arrested by Pakistan’s security forces from Balochistan on March 3, 2016. Notably, Indian role in …

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Prevention of Terrorist Funding by Zakat and Fitrana

In the holy month of Ramadan, people of Pakistan prefer to offer Zakat and Fitrana to the poor. These charity and various other donations, significantly, increase the funds of various militant outfits, as under various disguises, they collect this money which is ultimately used for purchasing weapons and financing terrorism …

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About USCIRF Report on Religious Freedom

By Sajjad Shaukat In its 2017 annual report on religious freedom in the world, released on April 26, 2017, US Commission of International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has recommended 16 countries, including Pakistan for their deteriorated condition of religious freedom and demanded from US Department of State to designate these countries as …

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May 29: Role of Pakistan in UN Peacekeeping

Role of Pakistan UN Peacekeeping

Pakistan UN Peacekeeping! Each year, United Nations Day is celebrated on May 29. On this day in 1945, the United Nations (UN) came into force when the five permanent members of the Security Council ratified its charter This followed a declaration by the UN General Assembly in 1947 which designated …

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May 28: The Day Pakistan Conducted Nuclear Tests

Pakistan Nuclear Tests 28 may 1998

Pakistan Nuclear Tests! While showing aggressive designs, on May 11, 1998, the then Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee surprised the international community by announcing that India has conducted three nuclear tests earlier that day. On May 13, 1998, India conducted two more nuclear tests. Pakistan Nuclear Tests 1998! In …

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