Volume 13 Issue # 06{ March 16 to March 30, 2016 }
 
 

Blade Manufacutres in Pakistan

 

 

Weekly Cutting Edge Online Edition

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FATA reforms and beyond
NASIM AHMED

Some have called it a historic step, while others have described it as the dawn of a new day for the tribal region. There are also many who are opposed to the move. In any case, it is an...

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The Punjab's combing
Muhammad Hassan

The Punjab government has called the Rangers at last, years after resisting demands to seek the army’s help to purge the province of terrorists, their facilitators and hardened...

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Time to party-hop again?
 
Muhammad Zain

A large number of influential politicians have joined the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) in recent weeks. With the next election due next year or could even be called early in the aftermath of a court verdict in...

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Anatomy of the latest FATA reforms
Raza Khan

The country should get ready for another bout of political and, possibly, security crisis as the federal cabinet ultimately arrived at the decision, which it should never have, regarding the reforms in FATA....

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Military courts under trial
Muhammad Ali

The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and bar associations have expressed reservations against the governm


43. ent’s attempt to revive military courts. The government wants to extend their operation for another two...

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Government's failure to control terrorism
Raza Khan

After the new wave of terror in the country renewed questioning and criticism about the National Action Plan (NAP), new focus by the state and its agencies on the said plan has resurfaced....

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The concatenation between corruption and terrorism
Faheem Amir

The Pakistan Army is trying its level best to crush terrorism across the country. In this war against terror, the army is fighting with exemplary bravery, matchless commitment, professionalism....

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ECO: At a turning point finally?
NASIM AHMED

The 13th Summit of Economic Cooperation Organisation held last week in Islamabad brought together 10 ECO member states including Iran, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan...

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Reforming madrasas still elusive
Dr. Zaheer Ahmad Babar

Out of total 20 points of the National Action Plan, approved by the National Counter-Terrorism Authority (NACTA), the 10th is registration and regulation of religious seminaries...

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Life Style
Mandarin Kitchen A Foodie's Review

Earlier this week, a very close friend of mine had arrived from America and wanted me to take her out for dinner. After a long discussion of what cuisine to have we finally settled for Chinese...

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A List of Cages: Gripping and deeply moving

In his senior year of high school, Adam Blake becomes an aide to the school psychologist to fulfil an elective. When she gives him the task of bringing to her the elusive freshman who keeps...

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text Logan - Poignant, grown-up, very violent superhero movie. Courtesy: Common Sense Media

Logan, is set in the year 2029, and Logan (Hugh Jackman), the mutant superhero once known as Wolverine isn't what he once was. His healing powers are ebbing, everything is harder for him, and

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text How music can improve memory Courtesy: Annie Murphy Paul

The best way to remember facts might be to set them to music. Medical students, for example, have long used rhymes and songs to help them master vast quantities of information, and...

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