Adeela Naureen and Waqar K Kauravi

  • “Auld Lang Syne” is a popular song, particularly in the Eng­lish-speaking world. Tradi­tionally, it is sung to bid farewell to the old year at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve. By exten­sion, it is also often heard at graduations and as a farewell or ending to ...

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  • Of late, and especially in the past six months, political parties have deflected people’s perceptions of their failures towards an orchestrated assault on state institutions. Every pot broken in the potter’s house has been blamed on one institution, the Pakistan Army. While the ...

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  • While Pakistan remains engrossed in internal political strife and altercation, the Indian media is discussing an RSS sponsored agenda point, “Hinduism: Civilisational State”. Before focusing on this debate, we would like to present the argument on why Saffronization of Science, Culture ...

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  • British politics has been sliding down the Olduvai Gorge since the fall of Gordon Brown, the last Labour Prime Minister to hold office till 2010. What has followed the end of the Labour era has been a circus run by Tories; the residents of the famous 10 Downing Street since Gordon Brown have been ...

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  • As the world reels under multidimensional challenges of wars, migrations, pandemics, climate change, recession, food security and inequality, it may be interesting to listen to some wise men on where we are heading as global community.An important discourse in Council for Foreign Relations was held ...

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  • Indian politics, like other states in South Asia, makes strange bedfellows. Current political developments in the Bihar state have become the new hot topic in Indian polity. The capricious Nitish Kumar has, once again, jumped the fence and joined the polychromatic Mahagathbandhan, comprising old ...

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  • As a US C-40C transport jet touched down at Taipei’s Songshan Air Base on the eve of 2nd August and Nancy Pelosi landed in Taiwan for the first time, there has been sabre rattling across the Taiwan Strait and things are heating up. Is Taiwan going to become the next battleground for a power ...

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  • What do you do with a friend in distress? The Coronavirus in China could have happened to any country or nation. While China has displayed historic fight against the spread of the virus, some factions in international media are trying to launch a hybrid war against China. Apparently a benign ...

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