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Newtonian Prodigies

Muhammad Shaheer Niazi has been making heads turn with his ground-breaking research on the electric honeycomb phenomenon

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Experts Weigh In

Hockey Revival Possible   By: Islahuddin Siddique, Olympian   2018 is going to be a very important year for Pakistan hockey. There are four major tournaments lined up, with the Commonwealth Games in Australia posing the first challenge in April, followed by Asian Games in Jakarta, the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia, and finally […]

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Tackling Sexual Abuse Against Minors

Kasur Tragedy Another innocent child abused and killed, another few days of hue and cry on television screens, high profile visits and inquiries, and then it is business as usual. The demand for justice for Zainab, the seven-year-old from Kasur who was raped and killed, and her body thrown in the trash, will just become […]

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Policing the Police

Pakistan has a long and brutal record when it comes to extrajudicial killings, custodial deaths and police torture nationwide

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Rupee Woes

Feeling the Pulse of Business in Pakistan for the year 2018

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Destroying Institutions

In the Kingdom of Sharifs, there is no room for dissent. And Riaz Riazuddin, the acting governor of the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) till recently, learnt this the hard way. His decision to allow the depreciation of the rupee against the dollar came as a welcome surprise to the market as well as economists, […]

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The Plight of Kashmir

These brutalities have intensified since the Hindu extremist government of Modi came to power in May 2014 Skim through the Twitter timeline of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq (@MirwaizKashmir)  –  one of the most powerful voices of the freedom movement in Indian-held Kashmir – for five minutes and get a tiny glimpse of the kind of terror […]

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Nawaz Sharif government

What do leading politicians predict about the future of Nawaz Sharif and his government over the next three months? Narratives presents their analyses.

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Choices We Make

The next few years remain crucial for Pakistan. The ‘road taken’ (or not taken) will determine where the country will stand at the international level.

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Plunder and Pillage

Axact House stands in a battered and dilapidated condition. It appears that a horde of looters and plunderers descended upon these premises like locusts and took away all its valuables, electronic equipment and most of the computers. Just 16 months ago, Axact ¬ Pakistan’s leading IT company – boasted one of the best-managed corporate offices […]

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12 cases of malfeasance and misrule

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s government continues to lurch from one crisis to another, with key party leaders and Cabinet ministers in apparent denial. The federal government seems to be perpetually teetering on the brink, in the wake of growing political and economic instability and discontent from Karachi to the Khyber. As resistance and opposition to […]

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