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Pakistan’s participation in Moscow Format- a shift in its policies or reaction to Taliban’s hate

 Shamim Shahid Amidst growing tension with the Taliban regime, over border travelling restrictions, Pakistan has adopted a unique policy towards war devastated Afghanistan. On one hand, Pakistan has endorsing global community’s reservations over Taliban policies especially restrictions against women, growth in opium production and others but on the other it insisting the international community for extending maximum support to Taliban regime. Even, Pakistan still confirms that, “footprint of terrorist organizations in Afghanistan, has yet to be fully eradicated,” remarked Pakistan’s Special Envoy to Afghanistan Muhammad Sadiq Khan while addressing theRead More


SC dismisses petition against PTI’s long march ISLAMABAD, Nov 17 (APP):The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed a petition against former prime minister and chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan’s long march towards Islamabad. A three-member SC bench headed by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial and comprising Justice Ayesha A Malik and Justice Athar Minallah heard the petition of former president of the Supreme Court Bar Association Kamran Murtaza against PTI’s long march. During the course of proceedings, Kamran Murtaza argued that according to Fawad Chaudhry, the long march would reachRead More

Pakistan’s annual growth can fall 18-20% by 2050: WB

Pakistan’s annual GDP can fall 18-20% by 2050: WB                 ISLAMABAD, Nov 17 (dna):Pakistan’s annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is at risk of falling by 18 to 20 percent by 2050 due to the combined risks from the intensification of climate change and environmental degradation in the country if the climate change issues are left unaddressed. “The combined risks from the intensification of climate change and environmental degradation, unless addressed, will further aggravate Pakistan’s economic fragility; and could ultimately reduce annual GDP by 18 to 20 percent per year byRead More