Tuesday, 19 November, 2019
Pakistan on course of pursuing robust Kashmir policy
Pakistan is a globally accepted party to the Kashmir dispute. But the policies of the Pakistani governments have lacked consistency regarding this very important issue.
Yemen's forgotten children

Killing of oppressed Americans
Horrific news of another mass shooting in the United States emerged on June 29, 2018, according to which an armed man started firing at a local newspaper office in the state of Maryland resulting in the killing of five people besides injuring many.
Iraq elections and future formation of government
Iraq’s electoral commission has announced the final results of the recently held country’s parliamentary elections.
Scary toy drone and rumours of coup in Saudi Arabia
Bursts of gunfire were suddenly heard in the skies of Riyadh on Saturday night (April 21, 2018), which filled the atmosphere with panic and uncertainty, sparking fears that an armed coup was underway in Saudi Arabia.
A thaw in Pakistan-Afghanistan relations?
There are some strong and solid evidences emerging these days on the basis of which it can be said that perhaps the relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have started to improve.
Saudi Arabia’s drive to return to ‘moderate’ Islam
News reports coming from Saudi Arabia reveal that a new understanding of religion is evolving and expanding there.
How far can the US go against Pakistan?
It seems that the United States has now started to take gradual measures against Pakistan and freezing security-related funds to Islamabad is the last step taken in this respect until now.
 
 
 
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PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari on Monday said that the international financial support being given to Pakistan by friendly countries is welcome, but no "foreign force" can prevent the economic slide the country appeared to be heading towards because of PTI government's policies.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Saudi King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman on Monday in Riyadh, where he is visiting for talks on a range of Middle East crises, topped by the conflicts in Syria and Yemen, threats from Iran and the Saudi response to the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi last year.
India's Hindu nationalist-led government is splashing out on a religious megafest, spending unprecedented sums as part of a strategy to focus on the country's majority Hindu population ahead of a general election due this year.
Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar on Monday assailed an audit member of the Federal Bureau of Revenue (FBR) for the body's "sluggish" investigation in the case against 44 politically exposed individuals or their benamidars who own properties abroad.

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America’s fingerprints are all over the war in Yemen, the New York Times said on Wednesday.
Torn between preventing Pakistan from going nuclear and fighting the Soviets in Afghanistan, the United States appears to have decided that pushing the Russians out of Kabul was more important, shows a set of documents released by the US State Department.
A group advocating the cause of the persecuted Rohingya Muslims says a generation of the Muslims may be lost due to a lack of education for children and the youth at camps for the displaced in Bangladesh and Myanmar.

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