Monthly Archives: May 2015


ALI SUKHANVER Punjita Pradhan is a very well known journalist of Nepal. For the last four years she has been continuously in contact with me. A few weeks back when Nepal was passing through the ever worst phase of its life after the disastrous earthquake, I sent a mail to […]


ALI SUKHANVER  It is really very painful for India to see Pakistan and China heading together towards a prosperous and peaceful future. The Pak – China economic corridor has proved a thorn in India’s paw. Most of the analysts are of the opinion that the present wave of terrorism in […]


ALI SUKHANVER Why do the so-called human rights organizations in Pakistan try to frame the security forces of Pakistan in the matter of missing persons in Baluchistan? Why do the so-called human rights activists always forget the innocent Punjabis, Sindhis, Pashtuns and even the Balochis whose brutal slaughtering at the […]

Economics of Pak-China Friendship

Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan Economics of Pak-China Friendship is unique and has strategic importance. It has multidimensional aspects and does not confined to better political understanding and sharing of similarities on different regional and international issues. It covers all aspects of human survival and industrial production. It ranges from close […]

3-Day annual festival in Chitral 1

By Nazar-Ul-Islam The three-day Kalash spring festival, Chilam Joshi, launched with usual fervor in the Bumboret Valley on May 13, and was attended by tourists from across Pakistan and abroad despite persistent security threats. Old and young, men and women, everyone comes together during the festival to thank Goshidai, who […]

Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC): A Conflict Resolution 4

Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) has been labeled as grave yard of international as well as diplomacy due to many complicated socio-economic, geo-political and geo-strategic reasons. TRNC has also been remained unfinished agenda of European Union (EU). Its solution is still a far cry. But […]