Pakistan Amabassador Zahid Nasrullah Khan on Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations

Pakistan Amabassador Zahid Nasrullah Khan on Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations

Pakistan’s ambassador in Afghanistan talks about refugees, terrorism, and the border dispute. By Maija Liuhto Afghanistan’s relationship with Pakistan has been marred by border disputes, proxy wars, and political disagreements ever since the country’s creation in 1947. But especially in recent years, the relationship has been on a downward spiral. More...

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Who is behind Hazara’s Killing?
By pak_adnews On Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
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Who is behind Hazara’s Killing?

Who is behind Hazara’s Killing? By Jamshed Jamshed Evidently, Quetta’s Hazaras are the Mongols, who migrated from Central Asia to   the Banyan District in Afghanistan. They belong to the Shia faction of Islam, More...

By pak_adnews On Friday, May 11th, 2018
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Impact Of CPEC On Social Change And Capacity Building In Pakistan

By Asia Maqsood Recent decades have seen a tremendous technological progress in computing and telecommunications. Contemporary world will see huge impacts of this technological development on society and policy More...

Paigham-e-Pakistan: The Strong Peace Narrative that Attracts the Support of Extremist Ulema
By pak_adnews On Wednesday, May 9th, 2018
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Paigham-e-Pakistan: The Strong Peace Narrative that Attracts the Support of Extremist Ulema

By Visal Saleem Paigham-e-Pakistan Fatwa has categorically refuted all the extremist ideologies which call for armed rebellion against the state and its institutions on the pretext of Shariah, sectarian differences More...

Churches of Pakistan
By pak_adnews On Thursday, May 3rd, 2018
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The Colonial-Era Churches of Pakistan

St George’s Cross billows above the castellated twin towers of the Cathedral Church of the Resurrection. Inside, beams of light pour through stained-glass windows onto choir stalls and memorial More...

Problems of Pakistani Nationals in USA
By pak_adnews On Thursday, May 3rd, 2018
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The Struggle to Send Home Pakistan’s Dead

When Pakistan’s national airline suspended U.S. flights, the immigrant community struggled to send their dead home. By Nushmiya Sukhera In the last week of June 2017 on the night before Eid al-Fitr, the annual More...

By pak_adnews On Wednesday, April 18th, 2018
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Many Pakistani students see their dreams coming true in China

Rabbiya Saba, 19, from Pakistan’s east Punjab Province, has started her school in China’s Sichuan Province to pursue a bachelor’s degree in medicine. She said she adjusted to life in China much More...

By pak_adnews On Monday, April 16th, 2018
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Need for Pakistan’s National Water Policy

The Tarbela dam in Pakistan staddles the Indus River. The earth- and rock-filled structure is almost 500 feet high and 9,000 feet wide Reema Shaukat Water is the true wealth in a dry land; without it, land is worthless More...

By pak_adnews On Monday, April 16th, 2018
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Baloch feudal mindset an impediment to CPEC

Sultan M Hali Baloch feudal lords have been notorious for opposing development in their province. Their mindset is fixated on the factor that denies the uplift of its people; be it socio-economic, educational, More...

By pak_adnews On Monday, April 16th, 2018
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New Delhi’s factotum in Washington DC

Sultan M Hali An article ‘Thank You, President Trump for calling out Pakistan on Terrorism’ written by Larry Pressler has recently been published in “Hindustan Times”. Larry Pressler is a 75 year old pro-Indian More...