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  • Op-Ed

The Military Cog

September 6, 1965, will forever be etched in history as a time when the Pakistan Army demonstrated extreme valour and…

4 weeks ago
  • Op-Ed

On the Economic Costs of Floods

The climate-induced monsoon rains in Pakistan have turned into a humanitarian crisis with substantial human and economic losses. In addition…

4 weeks ago
  • Op-Ed

For A Stronger Kazakhstan

On September 1, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev presented a new vision of "A Fair State. One Nation. Prosperous Society" for Kazakhstan,…

4 weeks ago
  • Reviews

An effort to elucidate history

History is considered a complex topic that demands rigorous research and critical evaluation of facts as it enables us to…

1 month ago
  • World

Kuldip Nayar inspired me to become a journalist: A tribute

“All the word organizations will prove ineffective if the truth that love is stronger than hate does not inspire them,"…

2 months ago
  • Op-Ed

For or Against?

The political, social, and economic status of Pakistan has always remained in flux. Seldom have we witnessed all three areas…

2 months ago
  • Op-Ed

Putin’s Brain II

Two of America's greatest failings, certainly regarding post-World War II foreign policy, have been profound shortcomings in knowledge and understanding…

2 months ago
  • Op-Ed

Bangladesh progress: Facts and Fiction

Recently, a short clip from a penal talk entitled IMF & the Economic Future of Pakistan organized by T2F has…

2 months ago
  • Arts, Culture & Books
  • Featured

Ibn e Khuldoon: The rise and fall of nations (Part-1)

When Iqbal visited the mosque of Cardoba during his European trip of 1931-32, he was so dazzled to see the…

6 months ago
  • World

Biden has put US-Russia ties ‘on the verge of rupture’: Moscow

Moscow: Russia on Monday summoned the US ambassador in protest after President Joe Biden branded Russian leader Vladimir Putin a…

7 months ago