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The ghosts of Spain

Mahir Ali Last week, an Argentine judge launched an investigation into the death of Federico Garcia Lorca. There’s something odd about this picture. Lorca was a poet...

National development

Atta Ur Rehman Pakistan today has the slowest growing economy in South Asia with the GDP of Myanmar growing at 8.6 percent, Bhutan at 8.4 percent, India at 7.5 percent...

Apostille- a new level of public service delivery in Tajikistan

The Government of the Republic of Tajikistan has completed the process of accession to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization...

Not our kids

Rafia The numbers should shock and shame Pakistan but they are unlikely to. According to data produced by Sahil, an NGO that monitors child abuse in Pakistan, reported...

Is PTI walking the talk in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa?

Inamullah Marwat Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) — cutting through political binary matrix defined by the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim...

Modi’s objective

Moeed Yousaf We are back to fun and games on the Pakistan-India front. Prime Minister Modi has stirred the pot by talking about Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) and in a first,...

Distance education in Pakistan

Madiha Akhtar “The world is a click away” is the phrase that aptly defines the concept of a globalised world, in which countries and people are interconnected by...

Democracy!

Syed Mansoor Considering the week that was with a major death anniversary, a national birthday and other such stuff, I have this persistent and irrepressible need to...

Children at risk

Muhammad shahid The popular TV drama, Udaari, and mind-boggling incidents of kidnappings of children are reflections of the fact how innocent children who otherwise...

NAP: the new scapegoat

Durdana Najam After the Quetta carnage came the usual clamour that the National Action Plan (NAP) has failed to deliver. The civil and military heads got together to...