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Trump’s Jerusalem move

President Donald Trump recognised the disputed city of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital Wednesday – a historic decision that overturns decades of US policy and risks triggering a fresh spasm of violence in the Middle East. According to a report President Donald Trump declared that Israel was a sovereign nation with …

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The Red-Line

US president J Donald Trump’s decision to recongnise Jerusalem as the capital of Israeel has evoked sharp reaction from world leaders, in particular, the leaders from Muslim nations fearing that the highly controversial move would plunge the region into a quagmire of uncertainty and violence besides undermining the regional stability. …

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Radd-ul-Fasaad

Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad has been going on successfully all across the country; however, its impact is largely seen in Balochistan where army has conducted many intelligence-based operations against proscribed militant outfits involved in terrorist activists in the region. Pertinently, the military operation under the banner of Radd-ul-Fasaad was launched in February …

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ATI attack

The monster of terrorism has yet again raised its ugly head in the country’s most terror-hit region (KPK), which over the past several years has bore the brunt of terrorism and extremism. The Friday’s attack on ATI claimed by the dreaded Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan recalled the bone-chilling memories of gruesome attack …

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All is not well

Once a formidable political force the Pakistan Muslim League led by embattled former prime minister Mian Nawaz Sharif now seems to have lost its hold on togetherness and collectivism that is believed to be a hall-mark of a mature political party. A cursory look into the recent statements by its …

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Death trap

The notorious Tihar jail has virtually become a death trap for Kashmiri political prisoners where they are being abused, tortured, and humiliated and harassed day in and day out. The sprawling Jail in the west of New Delhi is known for its brutality and notoriety across the region. It is …

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Collective failure

The much anticipated Raja Zafarul Haq led inquiry committee report finally came to fore soon after the 23-day long exasperating sit-in protest by a group of religious parties at Faizabad interchange ended in dramatic fashion. The three member inquiry committee was setup earlier on directions of PML-N chief to identify …

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Flexibility is all that we need

The Saturday’s police operation against protesters camped at Faizabad Interchange sparked ferocious blowback from TLYR sympathizers across the country. The security forces, who swung into action early morning using tear gas and water cannons to disperse the demonstrators, met with rocks and tear gas shells. Hundreds of protesters are reported …

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