Category: Asia

EditorJanuary 19, 2022
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NEW DELHI – On January 14, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan unveiled the country’s first National Security Policy (NSP), which purportedly focuses on the ‘security’ of its citizens. It aims to define the country’s security priorities between 2022 and 2026, including relations with India. Prepared by the National Security Division of the government, the original 100-page […]

EditorJanuary 15, 2022
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50 politicians, peace activists, former officials urge nuclear neighbours to set aside differences, work for durable peace Ahmad Adil NEW DELHI — Even as there looks no immediate headway towards deescalating tensions between South Asian nuclear neighbours, at least 50 politicians, former officials, and peace activists have come together urging India and Pakistan to attend to […]

EditorJanuary 11, 2022
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Suu Kyi, the 76-year-old former State Councillor, faces a total of 11 charges, such as violating the Official Secrets Act. If convicted of all the charges, the Nobel laureate could spend the rest of her life behind bars. NAY PYI TAW — Aung San Suu Kyi, the former de facto leader of Myanmar who was ousted […]

EditorDecember 30, 2021
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NEW DELHI – The Pakistan Ministry of Religious Affairs has formed a Hindu Temple Management Committee, The Express Tribune reported. In the committee’s first meeting on Wednesday held at the Ministry of Religious Affairs, Federal Minister Pir Noorul Haq expressed hope that the new Committee would act as a bridge between the non-Muslim population and the […]

EditorDecember 27, 2021
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Time flies faster than fighter jets and faulty helicopters F S Aijazuddin ON December 9, Shahnaz and I celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary. ‘Celebrated’ may be too strong a word. The Indo-Pak hostilities in 1971 which had begun the week earlier had reduced our marriage to a low-key nuptial. A week later, united, on Dec […]

EditorDecember 23, 2021
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NEW DELHI – The Pakistan government is co-producing two ‘multi-million dollar’ biopics based on Zahiruddin Babar with Uzbekistan and Allama Iqbal with Iran, Pakistan Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry announced, Samaa TV reported. “A film-making division has been established at Pakistan Television Network and currently two projects are in production,” he said. “These […]


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