Muslim bloodbath In India

By: Maemuna Sadaf India is a Hindu dominating society. The so-called Secular State proved itself as a jail for minorities especially Muslims. Indian governments have also played a discriminatory role against minorities. On 12th March 2020, New York (NY) times reported that India has seen its worst sectarian bloodshed in recent years. This massacre is an inevitable result of Hindu ... Read More »

The threat of another health crisis in South Asia after COVID-19

By Ammad Abu Haraira  Covid19 has spread all over the world and is having drastic effects on human lives as well as the economies of countries. According to the stats of Saturday, the number of Covid19 patients across the world has increased to 3451871 and deaths caused by this highly contagious virus are 243734. Every country has responded to ... Read More »

US AFGHAN Relations…

Written by: Hamza Ajmal Niazi In 2001, President George W. Bush announced the first military operations in Afghanistan in the wake of terrorist attacks by al-Qaida, the main goal was to disrupt terrorist operations and attack the Taliban. This war has been continued for more than two decades where one race has opened their eyes to war and now they ... Read More »

Terrorism to tourism

By: Hamza Ajmal Niazi On September 11, 2001, unknown attackers hijacked four airplanes. Among them two of the planes were flown into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, a third plane hit the Pentagon just outside Washington, D.C., and the fourth plane crashed in a field in Shanks Ville, Pennsylvania. Almost 3,000 people were ... Read More »

Pak-Turk friendship in a new era

By: Hamza Ajmal Niazi Pak-Turk friendship begins before Pakistan came into being and it will end at the Day of Judgment. Pakistani and Turkish Muslims are helping each other from decades either on economic forum or war.  Pakistan and Turkey plan to strengthen their close ties into a strategic economic partnership. Diplomatic relations between Turkey and Pakistan were established in ... Read More »

Political instability threat to CPEC

By: Inshal Rao Outwardly Pakistan facing serious political instability & ruling party has faced serious political setbacks since October, recent developments taken place one after one indicating that troubles are brewing for the ruling party. Opposition parties expressed huge gain as Chief Justice of Pakistan suspended the notification of COAS’s extention & issues notice to Gov’t & Army Chief as ... Read More »

Indian Occupied Kashmir and chapter VII of UNO

By: Maemuna Sadaf Since August 2019 India has revoked Article 370, reversing special position to Kashmir which was provided in Indian Law. After revoking of this law, India has imposed Curfew in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). There is completely shut in the whole valley. There is an acute shortage of food, medicine in the Area. India has not allowed any ... Read More »

Indian Arms Race and Hegemonic Design: threat for region Peace

Written by: Rana Asif Khurshid The famous American writer John Denver said: “The nuclear arms race is like two people sitting in a pool of gasoline spending all their time making matches.” After increasing 10 percent in the country’s defense budget for the upcoming fiscal year, India has broken into the top five defense spender’s club. This shows that India ... Read More »

Pakistan’s popularity in Kashmir

Written by M Rashid Tabassum Kashmiris love Pakistan and hate India. Their expression of love for Pakistan and hate for India is increasing day by day. They declare their emotions at every event, festival and incident. They enjoy every festival with Pakistan. This year, Kashmiris celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr with Pakistan. They also celebrate on 14 August Pakistan Independence Day. They ... Read More »

Short History of Journalism

Written by M Rashid Tabassum Journalism is derived from journal which means a book in which personal experiences and thoughts are written down. A magazine that reports on things of special interest to a particular group of people is also called journal. According to meriam-webster, the activity or job of collecting, writing, and editing news stories for newspapers, magazines, television, ... Read More »