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www.justicedeniedpk.comPride and DignityWritten by Hakim Hazik‘The army will resolutely preserve its own dignity and institutional pride’, it was announced in the press release of the iSPR, sitting down for an iPhoto session after the Corps Commanders conference.
BALOCHISTAN DIARYBaluchistan: Raiding the books, patronizing the poppy cultivationWritten by Mir Mohammad Ali TalpurChristian Johann Heinrich Heine (December 13, 1797 – February 17, 1856) was a journalist, an essayist, and one of the most significant German romantic poets. A hundred years before Hitler burnt books which the Nazis thought were unpatriotic and subversive...
INTERVIEWKurds and the Syrian revolutionWritten by Joseph DaherShiar Nayo is a Syrian journalist and activist of Kurdish descent who has lived in exile for around a decade. In this interview, Shiar talks to us about the relationship between Syrian-Kurdish forces and other Syrian opposition groups...
PROBING HEADLINESPakistan’s mediaWritten by Farooq SulehriaPostmodern media? What exactly is that, PhD scholar Mr. Ehsan Mehmood Khan does not explain in his column, titled, ‘Pakistan’s media’ (The News, April 2).
COMMENTCM Balochistan Dr Malik setting new benchmarks in failureWritten by Adnan AamirIn every walk of life and every sphere of governance all we can witness is failure. However, the Balochistan provincial government, headed by Chief Minister Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch, has set new benchmarks in failure.
DELHI DIARYA vote for democracy?Written by MedhaThese words spoken almost 65 years ago seem remarkably prescient today in view of the near deification of Narendra Modi among a section of middle class voters in India as it holds its general elections to the 16th Lok Sabha.
COMMENTARYA look back at the 1994 genocideWritten by Éric ToussaintStarting on 7 April 1994, in less than three months, nearly one million Rwandans – the exact figure has not yet been determined - were exterminated because they were (or supposed to be) Tutsis.
DIALOGUETunis: Bitter victories, but real onesWritten by Peter DruckerA former president of the Tunisian Association of Democratic Women (ATFD), Ahlem Belhadj is also a child psychiatrist, a member of the National Union of University Hospital Physicians, affiliated to the General Union of Tunisian Workers (UGTT) ...
DEBATEAre Russia and China imperialist powers?Written by Chris SleeRussia and China both play an important role in world politics. This includes involvement in armed conflicts distant from their borders. Russia for example supplies arms to the Syrian government.
ANALYSISBiggest democracy in the largest povertyWritten by Lal KhanIndia is often projected as a modern state yet in the midst of the high-rise buildings and corporate plazas, huge swathes of shanty towns go on breeding misery. Millions live in extremely unhygienic and filthy dwellings.
PAK TEA HOUSEWas Marx a ‘democrat’?Written by Abdul SattarA number of communist parties across the world out-rightly rejected liberal democracy terming parliament a chamber of capitalists that provides legal cover to inhuman greed of business magnets for profit and enrichment.
AnnouncementEqbal Ahmad Centre for Public Education (EACPE)Written by RedaktionGOAL: EACPE seeks to foster the use of science and reason to understand nature and society and so better enable citizens of Pakistan to participate fully in the political, social, economic, and cultural life of their society; to exercise their democratic rights and responsibilities;
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