Usama Nizamani

  • THaving taken a plunge during much of the past two decades, The Pakistani cinema industry has witnessed a revival after suffering a steep decline during the 1980s. Since 2012, the movies produced by the Pakistani cinema have received wide acclamation and positive reviews in the realm of ...

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  • TAs elections draw nearer, a consistent observation keeps validating itself. Election campaign advertisements across the continuum appear to be centring around one constant. That particular element remains to be the cult of personalities. From left, center to right, individual leaders (living and ...

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  • TIn the post-independence era South Asia has remained witnessed to number of conflicts, and it still does. Be it wars between states, and intrastate conflicts the role of militaries has been central as primary protagonists. In twentieth wars between India and Pakistan in 1947, 1965, 1971, and 1999, ...

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  • TAfter the completion of the FATF plenary the news was finally broken and ultimately after a lapse of days it was confirmed by Foreign Office, that Pakistan will be placed on the ‘grey-list’ by FAFTA in June, 2018. Based on reports Pakistan will submit its new action plan in May. Will ...

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  • TDeradicalisation is an arduous process for any country, which has remained afflicted with the threat of terrorism. The same has stood true for Pakistan, which after undertaking successful military operations such as Rah-e-Rast, Rah-e-Nijat, and Zarb-e-Azb, has been carrying out initiatives across ...

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  • TTrailing back in history is fraught with contradictions. While Pakistan’s inevitable decision to enter the Afghan theater has attracted a reflex like criticism, but critics at home have done dishonesty to history by ignoring that the state had no alternative towards the irony it was faced ...

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