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Sultan M Hali

Sultan M Hali
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The writer is a former PAF Group Captain-turn-practicing journalist. He contributes to the print media, conducts a TV show and produces documentaries. He may be contacted at: [email protected]
The Syrian conflict has entered its seventh year, claiming more than 465,000 Syrian lives, caused injuries to over a million, while over 12 million Syrians — half the country’s prewar population — have been displaced from their homes. Thousands...
The menace of extremism has to be tackled on all fronts and teachers are essential to that endPakistan is currently plagued by the dual syndromes of intolerance and extremism, which have reached an alarming state permeating hate and venom...
GAWADAR port is a vital component of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which is the pilot project of the mega development plan One Belt One Road (OBOR) or Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as it is known now, spear...
Calculated moves being made by Modi’s government to thwart progress on CPEC Ever since the advent of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), India has woken up to stir trouble in Gilgit-Baltistan (GB). When the Karakoram Highway (KKH), also known...
PAKISTAN has bent backwards to accommodate the people of Afghanistan and provided invaluable support to its western neighbour. The people and armed forces of Pakistan have rendered huge sacrifices to ensure Afghan sovereignty. The government of Pakistan has always...
An insider’s exposé of India’s economic woesNarendra Modi swept into power in 2014; riding a crest of economic success in the Indian state of Gujarat, where he had been Chief Minister from 2001 to 2014. Even in Gujarat, his tenure’s success...
Narendra Modi swept into power in 2014; riding a crest of economic success in the Indian state of Gujarat, where he had been Chief Minister from 2001 to 2014. Even in Gujarat, his tenure’s success is debatable because during...
China has adopted a style of governance that is more suitable to its people and is also in accordance with the changing timesThe 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress commenced at the Great Hall of the People...
PAKISTANI media, which was bound in shackles, broke free in 2002, ironically under a military ruler Gen Pervez Musharraf. Lifting the lid of censorship and permitting the launch of private TV and FM Radio channels brought in a whiff...
In 1971, after the fall of Dhaka, Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi jubilantly proclaimed: “today we have sunk Jinnah’s Two Nation Theory in the Bay of Bengal.” It was indeed the saddest moment in Pakistan’s history and gave fodder to...