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Pakistan: Asma Jahangir at Risk?
Pakistan: Asma Jahangir at Risk?

By Web Desk
June 6th 2012
 
 
The Pakistani government should investigate allegations that elements in the Pakistani military and intelligence agencies have …

Domestic Peace in Pakistan
Domestic Peace in Pakistan

May 23rd 2012
Pervez Hoodbhoy
 
 
Pervez Hoodbhoy, the well-known physicist and peace activist from Pakistan argues that while physically, things might have …

In Pakistan, welfare scheme shows signs of success
In Pakistan, welfare scheme shows signs of success

April 17th 2012
KALLAR KAHAR: Clutching photocopied ID cards in bony fingers, a roomful of Pakistan’s poorest women sit on gray …

Backchannel diplomacy: Pak-India civil societies to set the agenda for peace
Backchannel diplomacy: Pak-India civil societies to set the agenda for peace

By Arif Rana
March 29th 2012
ISLAMABAD: The ‘ultimate goal’ of peace will be top priority for a group of former military …

Pakistan floods: The forgotton people
Pakistan floods: The forgotton people

By Naseer Memon
February 24th 2012
Recently, a report titled Pakistan flood emergency: Lessons from a continuing crisis was prepared by a …

The lost mission
The lost mission

By Syed Hasam Ali
February 17th 2012
Human beings could be influenced by three major forms of power i.e. direct physical …

Pakistan primed for class revolution
Pakistan primed for class revolution

By Salman Haqqi
February 10th 2012
A thought came to mind as I stepped out of a shoe store. I had just …

Is Pakistani cinema dead?
Is Pakistani cinema dead?

By Paaras Abbas
February 10th 2012
In an era when Pakistan holds centre stage in world news for stories ranging from match …

Two countries, one purpose
Two countries, one purpose

By Anwar Akhtar FRSA
Published in the RSA journal
Greater involvement of the British Pakistani community in the debate about Pakistan’s future …

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