Raja Hamza Anwar

  • TThe ghost of our colonial past follows us as an inseparable shadow which we have been unable to ostracise from our constitutional topography. A long walk from the partition has permitted Pakistan’s courts in many cases to assert the dominance of our distinct values to be delineated from the ...

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  • TOnce again there is a tug of war between the mesmerising, mountainous capital Islamabad and the province of Sindh, where the world’s oldest civilization blossomed and the region praised by Alexander the great himself. The centre through its Law Minister hinted towards invoking Article 149(4) ...

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  • TIn a recently published Op-ed of Prime Minister Imran Khan in New York times, it was fascinating to read his statement that “we were up against a New India”. To PM Khan, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his blue eyed, thoroughly bred, groomed and indoctrinated cabinet members ...

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  • TWhat is terrorism? Political scientists like Bruce Hoffman say that there are many means to commit terrorism but the eventual end is to attain a “political change”. UN Security Council Resolution 1566 of 2004 states there must be an intention to cause death or serious injury to provoke ...

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  • TFinally, the Rubicon has been crossed by the radical Hindutva government having shoved the battalions of soldiers on the innocent yet steadfast Kashmiri civilians. The snow clad mountains surrounding the lush green Himalayan valley bursting of exotic fresh saffron have been praised by the poets, ...

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