Making National Gender Policy Framework work

Last month, the government presented the National Gender Policy Framework to promote equality in the society, to give proper opportunities to women in fields of education, politics, employment and health among others. The government…

Pakistan’s FATF future

Pakistan is all set to remain in the “grey list” of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). According to a statement, the watchdog has asked the country to “address the remaining deficiencies in its financial system as soon as possible.”…

Divided by borders, united by religious fanaticism

India and Pakistan are two rival countries that are always at daggers drawn with each other. The schisms between two states started after British colonialism in the subcontinent when Muslims realized that they cannot live at par with…

Political turmoil and failure of PTI

Pakistan is no stranger to precarity in politics. Beware of the Ides of March they say and it could not have been truer in the case of Pakistan. The unfolding situation at present paints a grim picture for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI).…

How Imran Khan tired to re-make Pakistan

Overall Economy: Current account deficit 2018 = $20 billion Now $0.5 billion Foreign reserves 2018 = $16.4 billion Now $27 billion Tax collection 2013-2018 = Rs3,800 billion Now = Rs4,700 billion Foreign remittances 2018 = $19.9…

Chahar Bagh: A Life of Imperial Luxury

The architecture of today is known as contemporary architecture. The word refers to a variety of contemporary styles that have been merged and shared. Likewise, these styles are based on less conventional construction concepts. It…

Dream for egalitarian Pakistan

Even on 82nd National Day, Pakistan is faced with the problem of defining the raison d'être of its creation. At the core of this unending controversy is Objective Resolution. Scholars are usually perplexed as to how a state created in the…

Militarization of space by India

Indian military modernization in recent years, especially in space and missile sectors, has encouraged the country's leadership to articulate hawkish and aggressive posture against its neighbours. India is on a mad course to militarize…

PM meets YouTubers

Yesterday, we received a call from the Prime Minister Office. Dr Arslan Khalid, the focal person of Prime Minister Imran Khan on digital media called us and said that PM Imran Khan wants to meet Youtubers and digital media content creators.…

Feminism: A Trojan Horse?

The social construct of “Feminism” has been co-opted by liberated minds - which has proved itself quite crucial with time but with alarming consequences. Before talking about the importance of notion of equality and feminism, the…

Pindi storm to begin “The Benaud-Qadir Trophy”

Not Gabba, Not, Oval, Not Eden Gardens, Not Lahore but Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium will be the most important destination in cricketing world on 4th of March when Australia - # 1 test side will take on Pakistan. After more than 24 years…

Revival of Cricket in Pakistan

Australian cricket team has arrived in Pakistan on 28Feb, 2022, to play 3 test, 3 ODIs and 1 T20, series after 24 years. First test match will start at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium on 4th March, (Friday). PCB in an announcement said that…

Russian-Ukraine Debacle: Understanding the Conflict

The recent developments have been nothing but concerning regarding world peace. Vladimir Putin, driven by his tempestuous irredentism, ordered a military operation intended to neutralise Ukraine, which was approaching the West with the…

The draconian laws in pseudo democracy

The change is real now, the negative change. Prime Minister Imran Khan’s NAYA Pakistan has not only brought the inflation but also introduced the country to the laws of authoritarian regime. Now the content that potentially opposes the ones…

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