Pakistan

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VARIETY

 |  Tarar Square  |   Long-form
Ahmadiyya, Ahmadis, Pakistan

How Pakistan is erasing Ahmadis from their own lands in the name of Allah

There are various hadith and narrations of Prophet Muhammad's actions that challenge most theories that endorse such persecution.

POLITICS

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Hizmet, Turks, Turkey, Malaysia

Shameful that Pakistan and Malaysia support Erdogan's witchhunt of dissident Turks

Ankara has been pressing governments worldwide to crack down on institutions affiliated with the Gulen movement that it blames for the 2016 coup bid.

POLITICS

 |  6-minute read
Rohingyas refugee, Lashkar, Terrorism, Bangladesh

Fresh influx of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh poses security challenge

There are credible reports of Pakistan trying to foment terror in the region.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
Afghanistan, United States, Pakistan, Donald Trump

How US and India can join hands to tame Pakistan

Trump can play the India card to make Islamabad follow through on promises.

POLITICS

 |  Breaking views  |   Long-form
India-Pak, Pakistan Army, Pakistan

How Pakistan is paying for its failures as a democracy

This article has been jointly authored by Gernail Saheb and A Kiyani.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
Donald Trump, Terrorism, Afghanistan, Pakistan

Pakistan can't blame India or US for its failures in Afghanistan

The neighbouring country has spoilt its chances of making a difference in Kabul by supporting terror.

POLITICS

 |  7-minute read
Pakistan, Afghanistan, US, India

Trump's new South Asia strategy: How India became part of 'solution' to Afghan problem

The biggest challenge though is expected to arise from the infamously inconsistent and utilitarian US president.

POLITICS

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Pathankot, Uri, Kashmir, Terrorsim

Surgical strike proved India's dominance over Pakistan, but attacks won't stop

The Line of Control is and will always remain active, irrespective of agreements and local-level talks.

POLITICS

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Indo-Pak Relations, Pakistan, Hafiz Saeed, Jihad

India should sit back and watch Pakistan self-destruct

Over the years, Islamabad politics has swung so far to the Right that Islamist parties of yesterday are today being seen as moderates.