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Commentary: Chinese fever indicates bullish bet on China’s future development

By Zhong Sheng, People’s Daily Kensington Wade, the first dual language English-Chinese prep school in Europe, recently opened in London. Epitomizing “Chinese fever” among people around the world, it indicates their bullish bet on China’s future development.The school aroused wide media attention after enrollment of its first 15 pupils from …

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Great Sacrifices

Attaur Rahman This soil has given place to many martyred in its heart, because they got martyrdom for this soil. They sacrificed for their mother land. After 9/11, Pakistan faced many challenges and bloodsheds in the war against terror. We are a nation who sacrificed a lot for this country. …

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The games we play

Raoof Hasan It is generally understood that track-II engagements can potentially play an important role in bridging differences between countries. This is primarily so because what cannot and may not be discussed at the government-to-government level for one or the other reason can be debated candidly at this level for …

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Who Killed Lt. Ummer Fayaz

Muhammad Ali Baig Is it that much easy to abduct a trained, qualified, skilled and a well-groomed Indian Army Officer? How and why India used or perhaps abused and exploited an expendable Muslim Kashmiri young man? Who are the main beneficiaries of Fayaz’s cold-blooded murder? Apart from Indian Army, who …

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