Shaista Sindhu

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Children of War: Facing the Truth of 1971

“Forgiving is not forgetting; its actually remembering–remembering and not using your right to hit back. Its a second chance for a new beginning. And...

Syria, Iraq…Is Pakistan Next?

The civil war in Syria has quickly spilled over into Iraq, a strategy that has resulted in the country losing control of its borders....

Who Is Funding Ahmed Quraishi’s World Travel?

Ahmed Quraishi has been busy lately. While his PakNationalists blog may have found its inevitable way into the dustbin of history, his career has...

What Isn’t Being Said About Nawaz’s India Trip

Government media men tried to make a success out of Nawaz Sharif's trip to Washington last year, but it didn't take long for everyone...

What Justice System Says About Our Society

The reality about how so-called justice operates in Pakistan was put in stark relief this week. Courts gave decisions in three different cases, and...

Has Washington Lost Interest?

For better or for worse, the Pakistan-US relationship bestowed near-celebrity status on Pakistani officials for nearly a decade. Government officials and diplomats found themselves...

Washington Summit: Ships Passing In The Night

Before he left Washington, a journalist friend in America wanted to speak with the Prime Minister to get his thoughts on how he thought...

Looming Threat To Pakistan: Hafiz Saeed

Hafiz Saeed, chief of Jamaat ud Dawa, the parent organization of Lashkar e Taiba, recently led a parade in Lahore to mark Pakistan’s 63rd...

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Pakistan Must Get Rid of Colonial Laws Against Peaceful Assembly

Seventy Five Years after Independence, Pakistan still has many archaic colonial-era laws and primitive policing strategies. A new study by the Human Rights Commission...

HRCP: Polarizing Political Discourse Will only hurt Pakistan

Pakistan has always been a polarized society but four years of Imran Khan and his politics have left political discourse deeply polarized. At a...

Pakistan Needs an Agreement with IMF Urgently

Pakistan’s ongoing economic crisis is not going to ease unless and until the government is able to get the IMF onboard and obtain the...

Pakistan Needs Continuity In Policy for Economy to Stabilize

Pakistan has long been characterized by political instability perpetuated by frequent interruption of the democratic political process that has resulted in the absence of...
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