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A Visit to Seminyak:

Ahmad Ali The holiday is planned, all bags packed, you are ready to start your vacation in Bali, Seminyak. Just pause for a moment and think again, is everything...

Nepals water woes

S Mubashir Noor The international development charity WaterAid in early October rolled out a first-of-a-kind ‘virtual reality’ documentary that allows viewers to...

UNIDO`s work and achievements in Pakistan (II)

Muhammad Adnan Khan It is that part of the package of UN reforms dealing with the work of the development agencies. In 2006, the Government of Pakistan volunteered to...

Evolving?

Syed Bakhtiyar Kazmi Repeatedly, in fact, in every debate, the eventual defence of the democracy-loving civic society when confronted with the argument “What has...

The plight of the regional languages

Saad Calling these beautiful languages ‘regional’ not only limits their outlook it is an insult to their very existence. It disparages the collective wisdom that...

Let’s march towards sanity

Hina Pervez Butt Quetta bled again for the umpteenth time last week. It was the usual nightmare repeated all over again. We had seen such scenes of pain and agony...

Quetta’s calamities: internecine conflicts or foreign intrusions?

Lal Khan Quetta is being pulverised by gruesome terror strikes almost recurrently. While the country’s strong man is proclaiming of eliminating terrorists, they strike...

Afghan policy on Pakistan is fraught with mistrust

Muhammad Jamil The US and Afghanistan continue to blame Pakistan for providing safe havens to the Afghan Taliban, especially the Haqqani group, sometimes directly and at...

No-war pact

A.G. Noorani Since Pakistan and India agreed on a need to address each other’s concern for territorial integrity and protection against covert operations, it...

Freedom of the press

Yaseer Latif It is that time when Pakistanis must be reminded of the fact that the man they call the father of the nation, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, in his role as a lawyer...