Americas, USA, Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Life, Politics
Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Politics, Editor's Choice
It was June 27th 2017, the Eid Day in Pakistan, when ex-US security contractor Raymond Davis launched his book under the title, “The Contractor” written with the help of a professional writer Storms Reback.
Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Life, Opinion, World
The wait is over, the Joint Investigation Report (JIT) has been released and as it was predicted, it has drawn a curtain over the Sharif family’s 3-decades long politics.
Asia-Pacific, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Human Rights, Politics
It was a delightful day. No stress at work, pleasant weather and then my favourite team even won the final game, what else would you need to make it a perfect day, right?
Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Life
Afghanistan’s invasion by the Soviet Union in 1979 made the beautiful land of Pashtuns turn into a war zone as the country became unbearable for its own nationals. Further instability took place in 2001 when the US took its chance by invading an already ravaged Afghanistan in turmoil.
Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Business, Politics
The endangered Houbara Bustard is in the news again. In the last days of December 2016, the Pakistani government, after Qatar, Dubai and Saudi Arabia, dispensed special permits to the royalty of Bahrain to hunt the Houbara in Pakistan.
Gwadar port is a hot cake these days in international politics. You must have received the whiff at least if not the cake itself. The port holds controversy as well as agreement. It is agreeable for states that are going to benefit from it while the controversy is roused by states whose interests are jeopardized with the development of the Gwadar port.