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Common Denominators of Farmers Movement & Khalistan Movement

Despite coordinated endeavors by traditional right-wing disseminators to criticize the protestors who are challenging the three farming laws by marking

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The Rise of New Militancy in Kashmir: Backlash of Indian Policies in IoJ&K

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Report: Gilgit-Baltistan: Caught Between A Rock and A Hard Place

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The 47th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)

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The Foresight: Kashmir Issue & International Law with Hassan Aslam Shad

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Indian Security Laws & Human Rights

Since the dawn of the idea of the nation-state, paramount significance is given to the notion of security which was

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GB Independence Day 2020: The History Behind the November 1st

A servitude nation in any part of the world may accept slavery as shaped by their destiny, but a liberal

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Lord Mountbatten declared on June 25, 1947, “The Indian Independence Act releases the States from all their obligations to the

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The Past and Future of Gilgit Baltistan in Pakistan

The question of provincializing Gilgit-Baltistan has haunted Pakistan time and again since the former’s unconditional accession in 1948. PTI government is grappling