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Inflation: Pakistan, an emerging economy or a sinking Titanic?

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4 mn read To meet the terms and conditions of the International Monitoring Fund (IMF) next program, the current government decided to impose more taxes on the public. Mini budget was presented in the National Assembly (NA) on Dec 30, 2021. On this occasion, during the NA session there was a protest by the opposition in front of […]

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Pakistan hosted 57 Nations of OIC Special fund to be established for Afghanistan

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4 mn read An extraordinary meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was held in Islamabad on Sunday Dec 19, 2021; a mega event which was hosted by Pakistan in the last 4 decades.  Delegations from 57 nations and five continents (Asia, Africa, Europe, North American and South America) participated in the OIC conference.

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Mini Budget: An Economic Disaster for Pakistan

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4 mn read Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) came into power in 2018. In the last 3 years, the PTI government has changed 4 finance ministers and 6 finance secretaries yet they are not able to control the price hike, petroleum prices and dollar exchange rate. Pakistan is passing through some worst economic disaster. Fiscal budget is usually […]

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Sri Lankan citizen burned alive: A day of Sham for Pakistan, says Prime Minister Imran Khan

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3 mn read Pakistan Provence of Panjab In Sialkot city, a violent mob lynches the Sri Lankan factory manager after the accusations of blasphemy. Priyantha Kumara was initially tortured and then burned alive on Friday December 3, 2021. Sources claim that Priyantha Kumara was pushing the workers to do their job honestly so people were angry, meanwhile Priyantha Kumara was also alleged to have torn-off a few stickers which have some religious significance. The Punjab government’s preliminary investigation report says that some employees were dissatisfied with the factory manager due to his discipline and pushing them to work hard.

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Exclusive: China with ‘One Village One Friend’ is setting a pro-China narrative in Nepal

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3 mn read China’s active presence in Nepal from past some years is happening due to one of the reasons, which is tensions on border between India and China. Increased force on the borderline is pushing China to grow its roots in India’s neighboring country, Nepal. As per the information given by sources of Intelligence agencies, China and Pakistan have increased their activities in Nepal. China is about to start a campaign called ‘One village One friend’ to cut down anti-China sentiments developing in the country. According to the sources, Chinese Embassy is also funding Nepal-China friendship society, the organization behind the campaign.

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EVM: A milestone in Legislation or a Black Law

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5 mn read On Nov 17, 2021 during the joint session of parliament (National Assembly and Senate) government’s Electronic Voting Machine legislation was approved with the majority. With the approval of this bill, the upcoming general election 2023 will be held electronically. Treasury benches in the parliament say that it is the era of technology; this move will help to protect rigging in future elections.

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Pakistan: A nuclear state or a banana republic?

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4 mn read After the removal of the religious and political party Tehreek-e-Labeek Pakistan from the list of banned organizations by the government of Pakistan, the organization has announced to end its ongoing sit-in in Wazirabad and return to Lahore. With the approval of the Federal Cabinet of Pakistan, the Interior Ministry issued a notification to remove the name of Tehreek-e-Labek Pakistan from the record of banned outfits.

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NSAs meet in Delhi manifested united notion of peaceful and secured Afghanistan

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3 mn read The National Security Advisers’ level meeting took place on 10th November 2021 in New Delhi, India. Hosted by India, the NSA meet included the discussion about present situation in Afghanistan. Chaired by India’s National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, it was attended by delegates from Russia, Iran, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan. Representatives from two other countries, China and Pakistan were expected to mark their presence but chose not to, due to ignorant reasons. According to the information, National Security Advisor of Pakistan Moeed Yusuf right away declined the invitation through media. China, on the other side refused to come and gave ‘scheduling problems’ as an excuse.

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TLP Violent Protest Rallies and Sit-in: A continuous law and order threat to government

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5 mn read Banned outfit Tehreek e Labaik Pakistan (TLP) a right wing religious political party with huge followers throughout the country is on its way to Islamabad to fulfill their demands. Currently they are demanding to set free their leader Saad Rizvi (who is jailed in Lahore), along with other demands including expulsion of the French ambassador from Pakistan on blasphemy/ cartoons issue. This party has a track record of violent demonstrations in Provincial Capital Lahore and in twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.

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High Inflation in Pakistan: Opposition parties gave country protest call

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4 mn read ernment (PTI). Petrol and electricity price hike twice a month make the life of a common man almost impossible in the country. As per IMF directions, the government is imposing more tax on Petrol and Electricity; moreover, local currency is dropping down its value against dollar continuously. Government has changed 4 finance ministers in 3 years but positive results could not be gained till yet.