Monday , February 19 2018

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Pakistan needs an aggrassive foreign policy

  Tyela Shaffan When question comes of National Security, then nothing can be taken on a light mode. When a country’s foreign policy is running in a streamline, a light shook can make it shaky. And that’s all a country’s sovereignty demands for. But that seems diverse in case of …

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‘For all the chest-thumping, India can’t win a war against Pakistan’

Raghu Raman In the 1983 film WarGames, a nuclear war simulation is accidentally started by a supercomputer designed to take over in the event of the Cold War spiralling out of control. After evaluating all the possibilities, the computer declares that “war is a strange game, in which the only …

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Washington’s New Afghan policy

Hassan Akbar President Trump is finally set to address his country’s longest running war with a ‘new’ policy for Afghanistan. With a troop increase in the mix and a visibly more muscular approach on display, the new US administration is signaling renewed intent to keep their Afghan engagement open-ended. Unclear …

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Fizzy drinks are injurious to health

WHILE the state should ideally not be in the business of telling people what they can eat or drink, when it comes to vulnerable and impressionable segments of the population — such as youngsters — some regulations are necessary. In this regard, the Punjab Food Authority’s recent move to ban …

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Funeral hymn rings in Valley

ISLAMABABD: Kashmiris mourning  seasonally every year, or at the least every other year, there arrive seasons of killing and mourning in the (Indian occupied) valley of Kashmir, The New York Times reported. BY Waheed Mirza Every year, or at the least every other year, there arrive seasons of killing and …

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