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Comparisons are hard to avoid and even more difficult to wrap up without some kind of a final settlement. And once a comparison begins, there is no end to the predictions.

 

Extremism is a by-product of weak rule of law.

 

Its excommunicated reveal the reality of the Pakistani state.

 

Notice their deep commitment to making quick and easy profit, multiplying personal assets any which way and jerky, visionless governance

 

Public welfare, education, merit, justice and security were the first casualties as states began to melt. Informal rival power centres were set up by those who were on the fringes of the state's power

 

Pakistan's entry into the SCO is not just figurative but substantial

 

Pakistan has for long been trying to become an SCO member state. It believes its membership will enable it to diversify its foreign policy and enable it to play a more effective role in the stability of the region

 

Pakistan’s army chief and PM are challenging dangerous narratives that haunt and hobble the country.

 

It appears that NAB has decided to go after the big fish as directed by the SC

 

There is a state of urgency to provide security to the minorities living in the province as they have made important contributions to the economic and cultural landscape of Balochistan

 


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