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February, 2019

  • 28 February

    Why India Wants Kashmir But Not Kashmiris?

    India cannot keep the people of Kashmir under its rule through brutal suppression and human rights violations. The only solution is implementation of UN resolution calling for plebiscite in the disputed region.

  • 17 February

    Views from Pakistan and India on Kashmir Attack

    India is being advised to be careful in its response to the Kashmir attack. One Pakistani analyst calls on cooler heads on both sides to defuse the situation while The Hindu, one of India's respected dailies, calls on Pakistan to act against Jaish-e-Mohammad, the group that has taken responsibility for the deadly attack.

January, 2019

  • 6 January

    Do Pakistani Laws Provide Justice?

    Fighting corruption is a demanding task everywhere in the world but it is especially difficult in Pakistan where most to the ruling class and sitting politicians are part of the problems rather than of the solution.

  • 1 January

    Gangsters’ Haven

    When criminals function in the name of justice, justice becomes a crime! Corruption being anti-state is treason, aiding and abetting it in any form amounts to gross violation of the Constitution.

December, 2018

  • 27 December

    Increasing Remittances

    Remittances to South Asia are projected to increase by 13.5 % to US$ 132 billion in 2018, a stronger pace than the 5.7 % growth seen in 2017. The upsurge is not only due to robust economic conditions in advanced economies, but the increase in oil prices increasing outflows from some GCC countries.

November, 2018

  • 7 November

    How Safe is Your Smartphone from Hackers?

    Your smartphone may be at risk of being hacked even while you are charging it at the airport or replacing its broken screen.

October, 2018

  • 28 October

    The Effects of Natural Disasters on the Economy

    From fuel costs to inflation, natural disasters pose a threat to the United States economy. Fortunately, activism promises a solution.

September, 2018

  • 23 September

    India’s Warmonger-in-Chief

    India's dramatic U-turn on talks with Pakistan and its army chiefs bellicose language against Islamabad has pushed volatile South Asia towards renewed tensions and uncertainty.

  • 23 September

    At the Heart of Governance

    The major task of administrative services is good governance at all the levels of administration. The PTI’s battle to de-politicize the bureaucracy is bound to run into problems for a number of reasons.

May, 2018

  • 12 May

    The Game-Changers

    With Russia and China supporting a possible Turkish, Iranian and Pakistani bloc the danger is that potentially a "Baghdad Pact" in reverse can happen. The three countries have the largest non-Arab Armed forces battle-hardened and intact, does it make sense to push nuclear Pakistan into such an alignment?