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France – a real friend in need – Ikram Sehgal

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Dozens of bombs and constant shelling by self-propelled guns targeting the densely populated coastal areas of Gaza was the response to the Palestinian organisation...

France – a real friend in need – Ikram Sehgal

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Known for its provocative editorials and cover images, particularly on politics and religion, French satirical magazine “Charlie Hebdo” suffered a deadly jihadist strike...

Time for a Confederate States of India? – Ikram Sehgal

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India, South Asia’s largest country, stretches from the top of the Himalayan North right to down to Kanyakumari on the southern tip. Globally, it...

Afghanistan Peace still a far cry – Ikram Sehgal

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The new US Administration’s starting position bodes ill for the US-Taliban “Agreement for Bringing Peace to Afghanistan,” concluded in Qatar’s capital Doha about...

An independent State Bank- Ikram Sehgal

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As early as July 1, 1948 the Governor General of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah issued an order for the establishment of the...

The making of a criminal state (Part II) – Ikram Sehgal

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The role of the ECP has been questionable, they miserably failed to implement the recommendations given by the 5-member larger bench of the Supreme...

The making of a criminal state (Part I) – Ikram Sehgal

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Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM’s) Yusuf Raza Gilani bagged 169 votes against Finance Minister Hafeez Shaikh’s 164in the Senate Elections held on March 3, 2021...

Senate Elections 2021 – Ikram Sehgal

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In the Upper House of Parliament in Pakistan, the Senate discusses proposed laws and votes on them just like MNAs do in the...

Farmer protests in India” – Ikram Sehgal

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A nationwide general strike on 26 November 2020 that involved an estimated 250 million people was staged in support of the farmer unions...

The Hammurabic code instead of Islamic justice?” – Ikram Sehgal

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The Quaid’s vision of Pakistan was of Muslims being a nation that was ‘Islamic’ as a state and as a society. The way democracy...