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Kamila Hyat
What makes a nation what it is? Of course it is wrong to stereotype, or define any nation through large brush strokes. But is it true to say nations have certain characteristics, certain traits, determined of course by a large number of diverse ...
 
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Feisal Naqvi
As I write this column, the streets of Islamabad are still occupied by supporters of Imran Khan and Dr Tahirul Qadri. And both leaders are still occupying their respective containers.
But assume for a minute that this storm too will pass, that ...
 
 
Zubair Torwali
Last week when the Inter Services Public Relation (ISPR) gave us the good news of having arrested the alleged attackers of Malala Yousafzai – the teenage champion for education who was attacked by the Taliban on October 9, 2012 in her home town ...
 
 
Prof Ijaz Khan
Today Scotland will hold a referendum to decide whether the country remains part of the United Kingdom or becomes an independent state. Whichever way the Scots decide, the very fact that the question was put to a referendum has its own significance ...
 
 
Farooq Sulehria

Sweden went to elections on September 14 to elect the future government, which would be in power for the next four years. An informal Red Green coalition gained majority (43.7 percent) against the rival right-wing ‘Alliance’ (39.3 percent). ...
 
 
Dave Lindorff
The Cuban government, which runs a small financially hobbled island nation of 11 million people, with a national budget of $50 billion, GDP of 121 billion and per capita GDP of just over $10,000, is dispatching 165 medical personnel to Africa to ...