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Vol. 8-Issue No 68 16th July, 2021 Editorial Post-US Withdrawal Scenario-Pakistan’s Strategy Pakistan doesn’t have an enviable record of post-operation care in Afghanistan related violent developments. The participation in Afghan jehad against the erstwhile USSR brought glaring ills to Pakistan. The 3 million plus Afghan refugees, Kalashnikov and heroin shattered the serenity of society. Internally, […]

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    Vol. 8-Issue No 66 02nd July, 2021 Editorial The Aftermath of Lahore Bomb Blast A Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) exploded in BOR, Johar Town Lahore on 23rd June which resulted in the death of four persons and 23 others were injured. According to Medical Officer of Jinnah Hospital Lahore, pallets were found in the […]

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    Vol. 8-Issue No 64 18th June, 2021 EDITORIAL IMPENDING TERRORIST THREAT As the Afghan Taliban are gaining ground in Afghanistan, the local copycat insurgent organisation, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is trying to make its presence felt through threats and targeted attacks in various cities of Pakistan. Recently it claimed the responsibility of the incident of target killing […]

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    Vol. 7-Issue No 58 04th May, 2021 Editorial Yet Another Charlie Strikes EU Parliament has adopted a resolution to review Pakistan’s eligibility for GSP Plus status in the light of the protests of Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) over blasphemy issue and more importantly Prime Minister Imran Khan’s alleged provocative statement on countering Islamophobia just as Holocaust […]

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    Vol. 7-Issue No 56 19th April, 2021 Editorial TLP Strikes Again The state has always failed to tackle and tame the proxies produced or patronised by it. The sordid history stinks with a long list of propped up political, religious and jihadi organisations that created serious problems for the security, stability and unity of the […]

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    Vol. 6-Issue No 53 27th March, 2021 Editorial Pak-India détente-How? Overnight Pakistan and India have stopped firing at the Line of Control and given up spewing hate at each other; presenting themselves as perfectly friendly innocuous neighbours who have no issues to quarrel over. Peace is no doubt the most preferred option so every Pakistani and […]

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    Vol. 8-Issue No 65 25th June, 2021 Editorial The Terrorists Strike Lahore experienced a terrorist attack in form of VBIED blast in a residential area in which 3 people died and 24 others were injured (23rd June). Only two days later terrorists gunned down five FC personnel in Sangan, District Sibbi, Balochistan. A week earlier, 6 […]

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    Vol. 8-Issue No 63 11th June, 2021 Editorial TRAIN ACCIDENTS AND MORALITY The Prime Minister is saddened over the loss of lives in Ghotki train accident, but not enough to demand resignation of the Minister Railways. Following his master’s line, the Minister Railways, Mr.Swati stated that he would resign only if the bereaved families found solace […]

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    Vol. 7-Issue No 57 26th April, 2021 Editorial The Great Surrender Sunday 18th April was an ugly day. The activists of banned Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) and police engaged in skirmishes at Chowk Yateemkhana Lahore. Eleven police men, including a DSP, were taken hostage by the TLP activists. Police fired and killed at least three TLP […]

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    Vol. 7-Issue No 54 03rd April, 2021 Editorial On Sale-State Bank or Pakistan In an unprecedented move, the State Bank of Pakistan is likely to be given under control of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).  A move, which is being seen as tinkering with the sovereignty of the country. It would amount to give financial […]

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