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Pak nuclear smuggling ring is alive and operational

Farooq Ganderbali When the infamous AQ Khan Network was exposed way back in 2004 and Pakistan was censured for indulging in the smuggling of nuclear weapons and technology, it was thought that Pakistan would have learnt a lesson and mended its dangerous ways. But the recent US decision to sanction ...

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Militants Gone Rogue

By Mir junaid Every passing day, Kashmiriyat dies a little more, what good does Jamhuuriyat hold, when insaaniyat holds true only in our folklore? No matter how ideologically one being is different from the other, who authorises human to kill another human for difference in opinion? when would a Kashmiri ...

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CPEC: A hope for Pakistan’s two premier flesh markets

By Samuel Bid A video recently went viral on social media in Pakistan showing a group of Chinese beating policemen in Khanewal in Punjab. The victims were assigned the duty to provide security to their assaulters. The violence occurred when the Chinese, including five engineers were prevented by the local ...

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US urged to act immediately to save its systems from the ‘growing threat of Chinese cyber theft’

By Robert Delaney The US government must urgently address growing threats posed by “nefarious actors” in China infiltrating American intelligence bodies and critical infrastructure systems through information technology systems and components, a congressional body warned. “Nefarious actors linked to China have targeted the networks of private sector entities and private ...

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Blue-eyed terrorists of Pakistani Courts

By Samuel Baid Less than three weeks after Pakistani terrorists carried out a bloody attack in Mumbai in November 2008, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) designated Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD)’s top leaders including Hafiz Saeed as terrorists and forced the government of Pakistan to take action against them. Then Prime Minister ...

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Pakistan; Is govt debt crucial to country’s growth?

By Tehreem Husain NORTHHAMPTON:  A recent IMF report showed that government debt in some of the poorest economies of the world has risen exponentially. These countries account for a significant fifth of the world’s population but only contribute about 4% to the global output. Reasons cited behind this build-up of debt include ...

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