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ECO Islamabad Summit, Boosting Regional Ties

The 13th summit of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) ended in Islamabad on Wednesday with members vowing to double intra-regional trade. ECO a Eurasian political and economic intergovernmental organization which was founded in 1985 in Tehran by the leaders of Iran, Pakistan and Turkey. It succeeded the Regional Cooperation for …

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Why more single Pakistani women are moving to the West

A pursuit for happiness For Asnia Asim, who grew up on army bases across Pakistan, moving to Washington was a no-brainer. It wasn’t the first time she would be away from home in Islamabad. Asim had lived in a girls’ hostel for four years while pursuing business school in Karachi. …

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New Zealand wants to fly you out for a job interview for free

If you’re a techie and like to travel you’re fortunate. You can now take a free flight to New Zealand for a week. The city of Wellington, New Zealand which claims to be the tech and innovation capital of the South Pacific is looking for tech savvy individuals. However, there’s …

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Jhulay Lal’s cradle of tolerance

One of my colleagues asked me some time ago: ‘Can you believe that Hindus and Muslims can pray at the same place simultaneously?’ ‘Well, of course not, at least not in Pakistan,’ I swiftly retorted. He smiled and responded mysteriously, ‘There is a place not far from here where they …

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Militancy has no ethnicity

On Thursday, Imran Khan repeated a line that many have heard often enough: the Pakhtun are “wrongly and cruelly” targeted in the wake of terrorist acts in the country. The reference in this case was to the explosions in Lahore and Sehwan this month. The protest by the PTI chief …

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Hold of Taliban ends, Malam Jabba once again welcomes tourism

Atop the piste of Malam Jabba in Pakistan’s once dangerous Swat Valley skiers schuss downhill, a new Chinese-built chairlift ferries tourists to the peak, and a luxury hotel is under construction to replace one torched by the Taliban. The Taliban declared skiing “un-Islamic” during their 2007-2009 reign of terror over …

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Mother China: A ‘Chinese revolution’ sweeps across Pakistan

It is quite late in the night but Rawalpindi’s China Market is still swarming with customers. An array of shops in narrow alleys selling imported Chinese goods next to the bustling Raja Bazaar, the market is stuffed with all kinds of merchandise, leaving little space for the tired customers to …

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Terrorists get matchless response from army chief

ISLAMABAD: (Web Desk) As Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa was about to hit the first 100-day mark in this top most military office, terrorists flung down the gauntlet only to face a matchless response leading to their decimation. “Each drop of the nation’s blood shall be revenged …

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