Mullah Baradar & Narendra Modi among Time’s 100 most influential people 2021

Mullah Baradar Narendra Modi and Imran Khan 100 most influential list of 2021

Mullah Baradar Abdul Ghani’s name has been listed in the Time’s 100 most influential people 2021 list. Along with Mullah Baradar, there is a list of some notable people who are also being listed as world’s 100 most influencing personalities. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghanistan’s Women’s rights activist Mahbouba Seraj are also among the list of 100 top influencers of 2021. Afghanistan’s charismatic military leader and co-founder of Taliban, Mullah Baradar, is a deeply pious personality. Currently, the people of Afghanistan are now at the verge of Mullah…

India and Pakistan – A Ray of Hope For Peace

India and Pakistan

India and Pakistan may find peace in a near future, but the resolution of Kashmir Issue, according to the desires of people of Kashmir, is one of the core demands of Islamabad. In August 2019, India removed the special status of Kashmir. It has raised the tensions between the two nuclear-armed countries. The curfew in Kashmir and war of words between the two governments were on the rise. Recently, the ray of hope came from the both side when they announced renewed ceasefire in February, 2021. During the past two…

Minus 1 formula, PDM, and politics of Pakistan

Minus 1 Formula Imran Khan Bilawal bhutto Maryam Nawaz and Fazlu Rehman

In the national politics of Pakistan, the Minus-1 formula has always been in discussion. The world is facing a challenge of the Covid-19 Pandemic, yet in Pakistan, the politics of power is in flow. Would Imran Khan be replaced or survive? Assemblies would be dissolved or not? Opposition will go for a long march or not? A Brief History Looking at the history of democracy in Pakistan, it has faced many challenges. Not long but 2 decades ago, Pervez Musharraf has Minus-ed Nawaz Sharif through a military coup on October…

An Analysis of Pakistan Foreign policy in Ayub Khan’s Regime

an analysis of ayub khan regime of the foreign policy of Pakistan by faizan

Abstract This research paper narrowly follows the foreign policy of Pakistan during the 1960s period which was fashioned by President Ayub Khan and foreign minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Retrospectively, Pakistan’s foreign policy inclined toward the United States of America. Pakistan had signed many alliances with US while in this phase of time Pakistan foreign policy thinkers started to transit the alignment policy from West to Eastern bloc of communist countries. Transition process had started with the development projects which Pakistan had initiated with communist and Afro-Asian countries i.e. Oil exploration,…

Pakistan’s Geo Locations Dictates for its Geopolitics Geographic Compulsions and Prospects

Pakistan Geo Locations Dictates for its Geopolitics PM Imran Khan

Abstract Sub-Continent comprises of seven states (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives). Over the total area of South Asia, which is 5,134,641, square kilometres, Pakistan covers 881,913 square kilometres (including Indian Occupied Kashmir). Pakistan is ranked 2nd in South Asia and 33rd on the globe, concerning the area. It is 2nd biggest population of South Asia and ranked as the 5th biggest population of the world. Pakistan due to its geopolitical and geostrategic location has been the centre of focus for power players of the world. With…

Temple dilemma and Imran Khan government

personal opinion by Athar Hussain Hindu Temple dilemma and imran khan regime

Temple dilemma | Since the last months, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan regime deliberately is using religious elements to regain his loss of public mandate owing to his passive policies. So, following this narrative, his government in the previous month of June decided to allow and remove hurdles from constructing the Hindu temple in Islamabad Sector H-9/2. The step was taken in order to facilitate the Hindu community living in Islamabad so that they can perform their religious rituals. Being an Islamic state, the decision of constructing a temple in…

Hagia Sophia: After 86 years, Islamic prayers to start on July 24.

Hagia Sophia

The top court in Turkey ruled in favor of turning Hagia Sophia into a Mosque.  The epitome of the Byzantine architecture, the Hagia Sophia was built in 537 A.D, on the order of the Roman Emperor Justinian I. It was built as the third Church, the last one was destroyed by the rioters. It was the world’s largest cathedral for almost a thousand years until 1453 when the Sultan Mehmet II has conquered Constantinople and converted it into the Mosque. According to historians, he offered his first prayer in Constantinople…

India devised an attack on Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE), PM Imran Khan

India devised an attack on Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE), Prime minister pakistan Imran Khan

Prime Minister Pakistan, Imran Khan, on Tuesday, addressed to the Speaker in National Assembly. He said that there is no doubt that India has backed the terrorist attack on Karachi Stock Exchange to demoralize business environment and to destabilize Pakistan. PSX (Pakistan Stock Exchange) having three trading floors in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad respectively. Among them, the main trading floor is in Karachi, which is Karachi Stock Exchange KSE. On Tuesday, i.e. 30th June 2020, four terrorists attacked entered in the KSE building with heavy guns and garnets. But Pakistan…

India China Conflict: History and Future Expectations

India China Conflict: History and Future expectations

India China, after agreeing to end the current conflict peacefully, still a roar of tension, and conflict can be heard from the Himalayas. Indian Air Force jets are flying at the border area, possibly to show the military strength of the Indian forces. On the other hand, sources say that Chinese troops are still present on the Indian side. To further understand the issue and future possibilities, let’s look back to the history of India China conflicts. Watch Video: India China Conflict | History and Future Expectation Nehru 1959 visit…

The National Economy & Global Impact of COVID-19

The National Economy and Global Impact of COVID-19

Whenever any of the calamity befalls on the country it shakes its entire economy and survival. The impacts could have been severe which are followed by the rehabilitation and reconstruction and eventually returning to normalcy. The problem with the COVID-19 is that its disruptions are more prolonged and widespread, so as its economic losses to the global GDP. The forecasted global GDP growth for 2020 after the pandemic is 2.4% which is 0.5% less than the growth in 2019 i.e., 2.9%. This loss to the global GDP in turn affects…