Saudi Arabia, Netherlands, UAE and Australia among donors. PHOTO: REUTERS ISLAMABAD: The government has, for the first time, admitted that close to 80 seminaries operating in Pakistan are receiving financial support to the tune of Rs300 million ... The Express Tribune, 3 days ago
Taruni Kumar 26 December 2014 Analysis The December 16, 2014 attack on an Army run school in Peshawar by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has caused global outrage. The attacks led to over 148 deaths of mostly children and some ...Observer India, 1 month ago
Mihir Bhonsale 19 December 2014 Analysis US President Barak Obama's visit to Myanmar late last year has opened the political space in the country for discussing amendments to the nation's Constitution. A day after speaking to Obama on 30 ...Observer India, 1 month ago
News Release, London Thursday, 18 December, 2014 12:30:58 PM A conference titled ''State of Fear: Military, Democracy and Political Prisoners in Pakistan'' was organised by the Awami Workers Party UK and a students' body from Gilgit ...Asians.co.uk, 1 month ago
Home News Dr Khalil Ahmad Thursday, December 04, 2014 - Among other things, political cynicism destroys whatever little chance may exist for dialogue in a deteriorating situation. This I learned from our own company of friends. Frankly, that ...Pakistan Observer, 1 month ago
Aryaman Bhatnagar 28 November 2014 Analysis The first few weeks of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's tenure has seen a flurry of diplomatic activity. The steps taken by him in the foreign policy domain give a clear indication of the new ...Observer India, 2 months ago
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