Category: Opinion

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CPEC and Pakistan’s digital future

DAWN’s exclusive story titled ‘CPEC plan for Pakistan’s digital future’ is intriguing and promising, simultaneously. There is no denying the fact that the future is digital. Increasing access to digital content through the internet...

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[Opinion] Liquid force

It is hard to believe, but it is a reality that, in spite of being richest in water resources and having tremendous potential of developing hydropower generation, Gilgit-Baltistan, the autonomous state with a population...

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How to balance CPEC

By Amir Hussain CPEC has generated much euphoria of prosperity in Pakistan. Legions of CPEC experts have dominated talk shows. Many of them know that it is the best sellable proposition as well as...

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Cultural ruins & new born Gilgit-Baltistan

Cultural ruins & new born GB Researchers and historians say culture is the total of the inherited ideas, beliefs, ethics  and understanding, which constitute the mutual bases of social actions. History and culture of...

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Significance of CPEC

In Pakistan, the significance of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is poorly understood. The Straits of Malacca connect China with global trade through an expansive 12,000km sea route. Then, to transport their goods to...

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Artificial Boundaries

By Murtaza Hamza  Even though human pace feet on mars, medical science develop it’s boundary test tube to organ’s transplantations and many more, engineering and technology done skyscraper of 815 meter building to 4.9...

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[Opinion] Gilgit Baltistan’s loyalty to Pakistan

Muzaffar Ali People of Gilgit-Baltistan acknowledge the claim of Gen Raheel Sharif who knows better and understand well the people of Gilgit-Baltistan. Indeed, COAS understand more than anybody else, even a soldier of Pak...

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Baba Jan: an ideology can’t be imprisoned

By: Muzzammil Mukhtar Political activism is the way people voice their criticism to elected representatives and the powerful. However, state’s oppression, persecution, prosecution and suppression serve today, to a considerable extent, for the rule...