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The Promise Throughout the 2018 elections campaign, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan repeatedly said that he would prefer committing suicide to going to the IMF for a loan. The PTI leader used to criticise PML-N and PPP governments for going to IMF and promised not to opt for loans during electoral campaigns. Background According …

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Promise Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaaf had promised in its Manifesto page 18 that the Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation and the Pakistan Television would be made autonomous with their own Board of Governors similar to the BBC model.  Contrary to the promise the PTI has made the Information Minister, Fawad Chaudhry the Chairman of the PTV Board. Introduction Television …

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Editorial Section

The United State’s decision to strengthen peace in Afghanistan and empowering the Taliban to form a combined government with the Afghan’s may see the light of day. But at what cost? The Trump administration are doing their utmost to carry out this resolve by bringing both Afghan government and the Taliban on the table. In …

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Pakistan has recently revisited its foreign policy and has made impactful changes to it. The major one being, easing the visa rules for 66 countries. The second major foreign policy shift is the tilt towards Russia for economic and military agreements, which would have been unimaginable a few years ago, when Pakistan was almost entirely …

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Sahiwal Incident in which officials of Counter-Terrorism Department killed four persons including a 13-year-old girl on the suspicion of being terrorists, has turned into a spine-chilling nightmare for society. The incident raises questions about the rule of law in society, fake encounters and the responsible escaping punishment and the level of governance. The episode that …

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