Monthly Archives: July 2015

A star from backwaters

SIALKOT: A 16-year-old fruit vendor has made his ailing parents proud by obtaining second position in humanities group (boys) in the annual matriculation examination. The boards of intermediate and secondary education in Punjab announced the results this past week. A winner of a medal, Daska city’s Ali Hamza told a […]


ALI SUKHANVER On 27th July 2015, The Washington Post published a report regarding the gun-battle between the Indian security forces and the so-called militants in Gurdaspur, a border town in Indian Punjab. The report was prepared by Ashok Sharma, an Indian journalist. According to the details the militants first attacked […]

UAE Anti-Discriminatory Law: A Perfect Balanced Strategy

Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan His Highness President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan issued a new “anti-discrimination law No. 02 of 2015”. It has multiplier socio-economic, geo-political and geo-strategic effects. It is the reflection of multiculturalism. It stands for globalization. It speaks about universalisms. It has introduced a new social […]


ALI SUKHANVER ‘I am ashamed of being an Indian and feel disgraced to belong to a nation which is committing war crimes on Kashmiris for their demand of right to self-determination. ’ said Gautam Naulakha speaking at a seminar in Srinagar a few days back. Gautam Naulakha is a well […]

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

Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan Cyprus, the island of Aphrodite having deep blue sea, long and sandy beaches, the warm Mediterranean sun, picturesque villages is still far away from any kind of permeant conflict resolution. Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) is still politically separated nation and a physically divided country […]