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Archive for February, 2014

Urdu Language Destroying Pakistan? (part 1/4) Posted by on Feb 28, 2014

I have been intrigued by the notion that a language of any country can cause harm to its culture, values and unity. This debate has been ongoing for quite a while in the philosophical circles of Pakistan and there are many who believe that Urdu language is actually causing harm to the country. I therefore…

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Pakistan USA Relations Posted by on Feb 26, 2014

The US-Pakistan relations are a story of many ups and downs – from friends to accusations and then strategic partners. Upon its independence, Pakistan on the cost of annoying the Soviet Union sided with the US and even joined organizations like the SEATO and CENTO that were meant to safeguard the US interests. Pakistan got…

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Pakistan China Relations Posted by on Feb 24, 2014

Ask anyone on the streets of Pakistan as to which country is Pakistan’s best ally, and the unanimous answer would be in the favor of China. Pakistan was one of the first groups of countries that recognized China on May 21, 1951. Since then, China and Pakistan have witnessed smooth development of friendly and neighborly relations as…

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Foreign Policy of Pakistan Posted by on Feb 22, 2014

Pakistan is no doubt a strategically located country. It’s at the mouth of the most frequented trade and oil route of Persian Gulf and opening to the Indian Ocean, surrounded by some of the front line and most talked about countries like China in the north, India in the east, Iran and Afghanistan in west…

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Abida Parveen Posted by on Feb 19, 2014

Abida Parveen is a name that needs no introduction in Pakistan. She has a remarkable voice and is a renowned singer of Sufiana Kalaam, Ghazals and Qawalees. She is also recognized as the spiritual daughter of Sindh’s Shakespeare Shah Abdual Latif Bhittai, a famous classical Sindhi poet.   She was born in Mohalla Ali Goharabad Larkana…

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