Thursday, 09 July, 2020
Terrorism as a tool for political objectives
By: Zaheer ud din Babar
It is no open secret that, in South Asia, terrorism is big tool used by a hostile state. There is no doubt that, in an ideal situation, the leadership of third world countries prove their sanity and join hands against poverty, unemployment and illiteracy.

Declining terrorism in Pakistan
By: Zaheer-ud-din Babar
The incident in South Waziristan where one captain and one solider embraced martyrdom is another tragic incident. The regular occurrences of these tragic events indicate that the extremist groups are still enjoying some sort of support.
COVID-19 Lock down: Crisis, or a blessing in Disguise?
By: Faizan Sheikh
The COVID-19 lock down has been a misfortune but it is providing positive outcomes for Pakistani Universities like The Islamia University of Bahawalpur.
Escalating China India border conflict
By: Zaheer ud din Babar
The China-India border dispute has still not been settled, and though the ground realities show that the two parties claim that, sooner or later, the negations will be fruitful, the fact is that no party has completely withdrawn or compromise on their point of view.
Terrorism under Covid-19
Muhammad Amir Rana
While the world continues its struggle against the pandemic, nations and organisations are also evaluating its human, economic and socio-psychological costs. The security threat matrix is increasingly being oriented around the perils of the virus, placing less focus on other non-traditional security challenges.
Rising opposition against BJP in Arab world
By Zaheer ud din Babar
Those who believe in human values and rights should be very much happy to see how the UAE princess Hend–Al Qassimi openly criticized the BJP government and its attitude towards the Muslims and other religious minorities of India.
US and Saudi Arabia coming to the parting of the ways?
By Kevin Barrett
It's ironic that the United States and Saudi Arabia may be finally coming to the parting of the ways that was threatened by the Saudi leadership in August of 2001. It's widely believed that one of the purposes of the neoconservative false flag coup d'etat on September 11, 2001 was to reel Saudi Arabia back into the US orbit.
Pandemic and political confrontations
By: Zaheerud din Babar
The corona virus is still not undercontrol in our beloved country. Speculations are still ongoing but the uncertainty is still there. In the West, many countries are badly infected and trying desperately trying to overcome this pandemic.
Policing Covid-19
Mohammad Ali Babakhel
The coronavirus pandemic has assigned more responsibilities and roles to police. Globally, the police are making changes in operational strategies and reallocating whatever human and financial resources they have at their disposal. However, an effective response requires far more, including: additional funds, enlistment of volunteers, active communication strategies, optimum use of technology, drafting of SOPs, improved institutional coordination, and strengthening of community networks.
Our Doctors’ demands must be satisfied
By: Zaheerud din Babar
Currently, our community’s doctors have issued a country wide appeal for more equipment to be allocated to them in the fight against coronavirus. These days, they are our real heroes who put their lives at stake in order to protect the common people. Lack of protective instruments have resulted in dozens of doctors losing their lives because of being infected whilst treating coronavirus patients.
Lessons to be learned from corona pandemic
By: Zaheerud din Babar
The impact of the corona virus is still going strong. Till the pandemic is resolved, there will undoubtedly exist a wide range of speculation and observation. Scientists, Religious personalities, thinkers, politicians, and social scientists all have different point of views about the prevailing situation.
Human beings still need God
Zaheer ud din Babar
The impact of the corona virus is being felt worldwide. In Pakistan, this epidemic has vastly impacted Pakistan’s social, economic and political landscape.
Only Indian civil society stopped Modi
Zaheer-ud-din Babar
There is no doubt that the BJP is reshaping India’s ideology. Modi and his companions want to convert India into an extremist Hindu state.
The ‘deal of the century’
Shireen Mazari
Despite its often pretentious moralistic language, a careful reading of the Trump Plan for Palestine and Israel is nothing short of creating for the Palestinian people Bantu homelands that had been created for black South Africans to bolster Apartheid.
A praetorian state?
Zahid Hussain
It is not unusual in Pakistan for the military’s spokesman to opine on everything from security to foreign and domestic affairs.
Occupied Kashmir's youngest pellet gun victim could lose complete sight
Rifat Fareed
Hiba Nisar is a toddler determined to play with her tricycle as her mother, Mursala Jan, struggles to keep the child from racing out onto the lawn.
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