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Rearranging the thresholds of conflict

Dr Ayesha Siddiqa, former bureaucrat and political commentator, writes for The Wire:These are indeed tricky times for the subcontinent in which excessive or incorrect claims can both be dangerous. They could raise expectations that could later force the hand of political leaders to act less rationally or even irrationally.These are tough times for peace and stability in the region as the militaries of India and Pakistan test and redefine their thresholds. Any miscalculation could ..., 3 weeks ago

No proven example of child marriage in Islamic history: Molana Abdul Baqi

Home » Quetta QUETTA: A meeting was organized by Rahnuma Family Planning Association of Pakistan with religious leaders about child marriages and the teachings of Islam on the topic in a local hotel. The speakers agreed in principle that Islam does ...
 Pakistan Press International3 days ago

Rise up: Let's step out of the Dark Ages and empower women

The Tehrik-e-Niswan team performed on a poem, after which they also screened a documentary on women's issues. PHOTO: AYESHA MIR/EXPRESS KARACHI: To talk and spread awareness about the issues of women and to fight against society's stereotypes, ...
 The Express Tribune5 days ago

Counter narrative must for NAP implementation

LAHORE - A counter narrative to violent extremism is a must for effective implementation of National Action Plan This was upshot of a two-day conference which was concluded yesterday. Speakers said that creating a sense of citizenship among the ...
 The Nation Pakistan6 days ago
The Hindu

'Like Indians, Pakistanis are not interested in war'

'Both India and Pakistan don't want to escalate tensions.''So no matter what is claimed before the public, the reality is slightly different.' To understand the dynamics at play in the aftermath of India's surgical strike across the Line of Control on September 29,'s Vipin Vijayan reached out to Dr Ayesha Siddiqa, the Islamabad-based expert on the Pakistan army. Dr Siddiqa, who has written extensively on Pakistan's national security policy and military strategy, says that "not just ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago No option but to talk  Kashmir Times3 weeks ago

Farhatullah Babar terms Civil-Military relationship very fragile

ISLAMABAD : Civil-Military relationship is very fragile, at the moment and, We are not on the same page, say Senator Farahatullah Babar. Speaking at the seminar titled Civil Military Relations: Challenges and Way Forward, organized by Sustainable ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Farhat terms Civil-Military relationship very fragile  Frontier Post1 month ago

Future of terrorism and terrorism of the future

The future of terrorism and terrorism of the future are two different issues. It can be safely said that the future of terrorism is, in a manner of speaking, secure in that society and states that may be able to manage terrorism with the correct ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 month ago
DAWN Group

Lust for land

ITS become a cliché to say that all countries have armies, but in Pakistan, the army has a country. But clichés have an element of truth. I was reminded of this while reading Dawn's recent investigative report about the Karachi Defence Housing ...
 DAWN Group2 months ago
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