Nazia Jabeen

  • TSome seventy years ago, Pakistan came into existence and what it inherited was the blood and trauma of the partition. The journey of the then new-born country started with massive scars on its soul and remained a topsy-turvy one. But nonetheless; its journey is not less than a fairy-tale. A tale ...

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  • TNational Parade of any country projects its power that relies in large part upon its military capabilities. It also presents a colorful display of military and cultural variety, with dozens of mounted and marching contingents, military bands, cultural tableaus symbolizing unity and strength of that ...

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  • TUndue criticism invites backlash and unnecessary praise entails criticism. Isn’t it undue criticism to say that PM was not invited at Davos and was forbidden from making a speech at the World Economic Forum (WEF)? How can a Prime Minister of a country go to a world forum without any ...

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  • TThe China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is a very critical infrastructural project and the development of this economic corridor is a win-win situation for both China and Pakistan. This project has tremendous potential of increasing economic prospects and activity in Pakistan as the pre‐existing ...

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  • TThe mounting tension between India and Pakistan brought some encouraging changes on political and economic horizon of Pakistan. On the one hand, the pressures at the Line of Control brought all political parties together at one platform while on the other hand, the Pakistan Stock Exchange 100-index ...

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  • TThe media war waged by India in the wake of PM Nawaz Sharif’s speech at the UN General Assembly on September 21 highlighting Indian brutalities in Kashmir provoked the terms nuclear strikes, surgical strikes and Cold Start. Cold Start doctrine is an offensive military doctrine developed by ...

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  • THamartia is a term used by Aristotle in “Poetics” to define the mistake committed by protagonist (hero) that causes his downfall. In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, “to be or not to be, that is the question “, is mainly Hamlet’s flaw that lead to his tragic downfall. His ...

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