The Army Strikes Back | Nawaz Sharif’s Return and Democratic Backsliding in Pakistan: EFSAS

Since early 2020, the political volatility in Pakistan has steadily grown amid a worsening economic and security situation and continued political infighting. The COVID-19 pandemic put severe stress on the Pakistani economy, which was further hit by catastrophic floods that submerged much of the


Kashmir and the Administration of Justice (Third part of three-part article series). By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai

Professor Zafar Khan, Head of Diplomatic Department of JKLF and a well-known leader of Kashmiri global diaspora has said, “Kashmiris are denied their collective and individual rights by India. The political, judicial and security establishment in India has orchestrated an environment of fea


Egypt: Losing the people’s trust, Al Sisi is re-electe. By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah

When the Egyptian Election Authority announced the re-election of President Al Sisi last month on December 18, Egyptians and the international community were already certain of the outcome of Egypt’s election. It came as no surprise.During Egypt’s presidential election campaigns where


Journey of a TB survivor from pain to strength. By SHOBHA SHUKLA, KALPANA ACHARYA

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Significance of newly formed Bangladesh government’s international recognition. By Mehjabin Bhanu

After winning the national elections, the Awami League, led by Sheikh Hasina, formed a new administration for the fourth consecutive time, demonstrating their ongoing success. Sheikh Hasina has attained a great degree of bravery in her leadership while facing complex local and international plots


Bangladesh’s Participation at the NAM summit shows its ‘non-alignment policy and peaceful diplomacy’. By Jubeda Chowdhury

Bangladesh's Foreign Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud lead the Bangladesh delegation at the 19th NAM Summit in Uganda from January 20-21, focusing on "Deepening Cooperation for Shared Global Affluence." The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), established in 1961, is a group of mostly developing cou


Dhaka International Trade Fair’s role in promoting Bangladesh’s international trade. By Anup Sinha

The 28th Dhaka International Trade Fair was officially inaugurated on January 21 by Bangladeshi PM Sheikh Hasina as the chief guest at the Bangabandhu Bangladesh-China Friendship Exhibition Center located in Purbachal, near the capital. According to the layout plan of this year's trade fair,


"Eternal Bond: A Journey of Faith and Love" - William Gomes' New Book Offers Solace and Guidance for Widows

In his latest publication, "Eternal Bond: A Widow's 40-Day Journey of Faith and Love", British-Bangladeshi author William Gomes offers a profound and empathetic guide to navigating the complexities of loss. This insightful book serves as a beacon of hope and support for widows, guid


If Prez Biden Doesn’t intervene urgently in on-going Iran-Pak militarya conflict, Pakistan may try to establish Sunni-Islamic-Global-Order by even engineering Shia-Sunni global war. By Hem Raj Jain

 Iran should have gone to International Court of JUstice instead of carrying out attack on Pakistani territory (ii)- Pakistan has 9 motivations and favorable factors for trying to establish Sunni-Islamic-Global-Order even by engineering Shia-Sunni global war (iii)-  Pakistan can ra


If Army Chief believes Pakistan carrying out terrorism in J&K then why Indian military is not in Pakistan to eliminate “India specific Pak terrorist infra-structure”. By Hem Raj Jain

Pakistan promotes terrorism by alleged act of commission whereas India is doing so by act of omission (ii)-  India doesn’t seem to care about life & blood lost by soldiers and civilians in J&K in terrorism by allegedly Pak sponsored terrorists (iii)- The leader of free wor


Soleimani’s Quds Force a Menace For the Region. By Manish Rai

On the fourth death anniversary of Qassem Soleimani the slain commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Quds Force (QF), multiple bomb blasts rocked Iran's south-central city of Kerman near the cemetery where he is buried. Initially, it was anticipated that Israeli intelligenc


Are we prepared to combat online gender-based violence? By SHOBHA SHUKLA

Gender-based violence is among the most prevalent human rights violations globally. Urgency is palpable as governments worldwide have less than 7 years to end all forms of gender-based violence and deliver on the promise of gender equality for all by 2030. But instead of declining, gender-based v


The U.S. Must Reduce Iranian Influence in Iraq. By Gregg Roman

This provides Iran with a land corridor to Syria and the broader Levant, allowing it to spread its revolution, sow chaos, and undermine regional American allies and partners. The US must counter Iran's nefarious influence in every way possible.

The Iranian-Iraqi border is some 1,000


For world peace Prez BIden should know S.Jaishankar is factually wrong. Rather peace in SAARC largely threatened by India by not carrying-out mandatory plebiscite. By Hem Raj Jain

For world peace Prez BIden should start  taking keen interest in resolving the Kashmir problem (ii)- Kashmir problem is not essentially & exclusively the result of ‘cross border terrorism’ policies of Pakistan.but  mainly because India has not carried out manda


Upcoming 7 January 2024 national election crucial to democratic and sustainable development in Bangladesh. By Anup Sinha

The upcoming national election is now a hot topic in Bangladesh. There is no end to people's enthusiasm around the upcoming 12th National Assembly elections which is scheduled to held on January 7, 2024. Out of the 44 parties registered in the Election Commission, 27 parties are participating

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress www.pakistanchristiancongress.org . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book.

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