Ambassador (R) Tariq Osman Hyder

  • In chess, the middlegame begins when both players have positioned their major pieces as securely as possible, and leads into the endgame. However, theory is much less developed than in the endgame, since positions are unique in the middle game to game and there are too many pieces on the board ...

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  • On the face of it, similarity seems stretched. The October 8, 2005 earthquake was an act of sudden and frightening violence leaving some seventy-nine thousand fatalities, many injured and traumatised, and over three and a half million displaced requiring rescue, medical attention, shelter, heating ...

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  • Twenty years on after Pakistan was compelled on 28 May 1998 to demonstrate its nuclear capability it continues to evoke a strong sense of nationalism and pride. This is natural since in 1971 the country was traumatised and divided through armed aggression. While a balance between development and ...

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