All Blog Posts Tagged 'Pakistan' (3)

The Obscurity of Afghanistan foreign policy

The recent series of incidents in Afghanistan predict a better future. Formation of a new Movement under the name of “1400” and quest for interpellation of 11- eleven government ministers by Parliament supports the argument. Moreover plot of change in Afghanistan foreign policy by government and imposing limitations on travels of Afghan higher authorities outside of country all leads to accountability and transparency.

On the contrary the intricacy and trepidation of situations after…

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Added by Malik Faisal Moonzajer on December 23, 2012 at 14:33 — No Comments

What It's Like to be a Suicide Blast Journalist in Peshawar, Pakistan

I'd like to share with you an extract from my good friend Musarrat Ullah Jan's recent article on his work as a suicide blast reporter in Peshawar, Pakistan.

Please click through to read the whole piece and give it the attention to the world it deserves.

In current situation I worried about my family, yesterday I saw the body parts of young kids in Kohat bus stand, whose half head…

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Added by Emma Brewin on February 27, 2012 at 8:59 — No Comments

:. Brussels: Anti-Drugs Campaign targets Pakistanese

 

Kashmir Watch, Dec 30

By Azeem Dar

    Brussels: On…

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Added by Kashmir Watch on December 30, 2010 at 5:05 — No Comments

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