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    Worst pilgrimage in 25 years

    By Aneesa Malik In the most disastrous pilgrimage to face the walls of Saudi Arabia in 25 years, three separate incidents in the holy country has led to a death toll of almost 1,200 people and...
    October 7, 2015 25 0
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    Karachi Mass Transit Plan

    By Salman Sheikh Karachi being Pakistan’s largest city and one of the fast growing cities in the world today in terms of population, one can hardly question the need for expanding its public transport system. Increasing...
    October 7, 2015 26 0
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    By Ijaz Chaudhry The word or term ‘Terrorism’ is in use since time immemorial but appears far more frequently since 9/11. Another term, ‘Islamic Terrorism’ born after 9/11 has perhaps even surpassed ‘Terrorism’ as far as...
    October 7, 2015 41 0
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    The farmer’s package

    Salman Rafi Sheikh While many had a sigh of relief when Pakistan’s Prime Minister announced, on September 15, the farmer’s relief package, many were still unsure whether it would succeed in stabilising the seriously declining agriculture...
    October 7, 2015 20 0
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    Af-Pak border: A heaven for illegal trade & cross-border movement

    By Ali Raza According to the findings of an inquiry commission appointed by the Supreme Court of Pakistan, undocumented revenue generated between Torkham border, Bara and hawala/hundi market of Chowk Yadgar—the main crossing point between Afghanistan...
    October 7, 2015 19 0
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    The lynching scandal

    By Aneesa Malik The lynching of Mohammed Ikhlaq in Bisada village, Uttar Pradesh has sent shockwaves across the country. Even as the UP state government has assured a swift and complete investigation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi...
    October 7, 2015 76 0
  • Global News

    A village in Rajasthan plants trees for every girl who is born

    By Smriti Gopal Following earlier thoughts that Rajasthan was once a backward country, Rajasthan seems to have been developing one of its villages with plantations. Some people probably feel, the village in Rajsamad district in southern...
    October 7, 2015 2548 0
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    Yakub Hanged, Debates Alive

    By Mahuya Santra The hanging of Yakub Memon sparked many debates. With the arguments over the death penalty, India got engaged with fresh point of debate whether Yakub Menon who surrendered voluntarily through negotiation and provided...
    August 6, 2015 191 0
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