LeT / JuD Jihad Mill in Pakistan

Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) was established in 1990 as militant wing of Markaz-al-Dawa Wal Irshad (Center for proselytizing and guidance). Prior to this, Hafiz Saeed alongside his associates Zafar Iqbal…

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Another London Plan

It was last week of October when some seventy odd people of Pakistani origin gathered for ‘The Future of Pakistan’ Conference in a cozy meeting room in Hilton…

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Peace on Terror

Even after a much-hyped Peace Agreement between Afghanistan’s National Unity Government (NUG) and militant leader Gulbadin Hekmatyar’s Hizb-i-Islami Gulbadin (HIG), peace in Afghanistan remains elusive. Amidst criticism from…

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The Problem With the Narrative

The deafening noise of warmongers roaring non-stop on both sides of the Pak-India border is being consumed by powerless but prone to citizens of both countries regularly, every…

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Kashmir: Heaven on Fire

This article was originally published by The Nation on July 19, 2016 In my last article on these pages, I tried to raise academic question on the circumstances…

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Edhi and Wani

This article was originally published in The Nation on July 12, 2016 Edhi has left a country behind in which his funeral prayers in absentia were offered jointly…

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The General Perspective

General Asim Saleem Bajwa, then DG ISPR This article was originally published by The Nation on June 28, 2016 During his recent tour of Germany, where he was…

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