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  • Pakistan: Remittances remain resilient0

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    • January 17, 2022

    The Business Recorder BR Research 17 Jan, 2022 The momentum in inward remittances is continuing to grow. The number has crossed $30 billion for the first time in a calendar year. It is in fact, up by 17 percent year on year to $30.6 billion in 2021. This growth is on top of the phenomenal growth

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  • 1st train in decade on Pakistan-Iran-Turkey route reaches Ankara0

    BY ANADOLU AGENCY ANKARA JAN 06, 2022 Turkey’s Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoğlu (R) and Member of Pakistani lawmaker Makhdoom Zain Hussain Qureshi (2nd L) during a ceremony to mark the arrival of Islamabad-Tehran-Istanbul train, Ankara, Turkey, Jan. 5, 2022. (AA Photo) Resuming operations after 10 years, the first Islamabad-Tehran-Istanbul (ITI) train carrying goods from

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  • India: In Case Against Muslim Bangle Seller Attacked, MP Police List His Attackers As Witnesses0

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    • December 25, 2021

    TABEENAH ANJUM 24 Dec 2021 Article 14 After itinerant bangle vendor Taslim Ali was beaten in Madhya Pradesh, his attackers claimed he molested a child. Ali, now penurious, spent 108 days in jail before he was granted bail by the high court, which said he had no ‘criminal antecedents’. The main evidence in the police chargesheet

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  • International award to journalist Nava Thakuria0

      by South Asia Journal     2 December 2021 The Geneva-based Press Emblem Campaign (PEC) has rewarded senior journalist Nava Thakuria, a resident of northeast India and a a long-time contributor to us (SouthAsiaJournal), for his relentless initiatives to safeguard the rights of media persons in the south Asian country and also defending the press freedom

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  • To Global Criticism, Kashmiri Civil-Rights Activist Is Arrested On Terror Charges, ‘Waging War’0

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    • November 26, 2021

    article-14.com AUQIB JAVEED 24 Nov 2021 He lost a leg to an unexplained bombing. He was previously jailed for 76 days before a court called his detention ‘illegal’. He advocates non-violence and has led efforts over two decades to document human-rights violations in one of the world’s most troubled regions. Ten days after India’s national

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  • Sudhir Chaudhary ‘dropped’ as speaker at Abu Dhabi event after UAE princess calls Zee News anchor terrorist0

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    • November 21, 2021

    Jantakareporter.com By JKR Staff November 21, 2021 0 Sudhir Chaudhary of Zee News has been ‘dropped’ as a speaker from an Abu Dhabi event after a UAE princess called the controversial TV anchor a terrorist. UAE princess Hend bint Faisal Al Qasim on Sunday took to Twitter to inform that Chaudhary had been dropped from

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  • U.S. senators move to block $650 million arms sale to Saudi Arabia0

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    • November 19, 2021

    MENA The New Arab Staff & Agencies 19 November, 2021 A group of U.S. senators are opposing the Biden administration’s first major arms sale to Saudi Arabia over Riyadh’s involvement in the Yemen conflict ShareFlipboardRedditWhatsAppTwitterFacebook The Biden administration has said it adopted a policy of selling only defensive weapons to Riyadh [Getty] A group of

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  • GOA MARITIME CONCLAVE – 20210

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    • November 12, 2021

    foreignpolicywatchdog.com 08 NOV 2021 by PIB Delhi The third edition of Goa Maritime Conclave (GMC) – 2021 is being hosted by the Indian Navy from 07 to 09 November 2021 under the aegis of Naval War College, Goa. The theme for this year’s edition of GMC is “Maritime Security and Emerging Non-Traditional Threats: A Case

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  • Opinion: Remembering ‘Secular’ India’s Most Horrific Custodial Killing In Hashimpura0

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    • October 13, 2021

    By Aasif Mujtaba in Politics, Society 11th October, 2021 “I wish the dead could have eyes for once, they could look into the Indian State with tears and anger and say that irrespective of any political party at the government, you have been inherently Islamophobic.” It was the 22nd of May 1987, Ramzan and Friday, just like today,

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  • Indian Engineer Who Developed Asia’s First Hybrid Flying Car Denied Credit Just Because He Is A Muslim0

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    • October 10, 2021

    Raheem Khan & Masihuzzama Ansari NEW DELHI–His name is Mohammad Furqan Shoaib… he innovated Asia’s first hybrid flying car. Yet Indian media ignored him because he is a Muslim. Vinata Aeromobility, a startup company, recently designed Asia’s first hybrid flying car. The man behind the innovation was none other than Mohammad Furqan Shoaib, the company’s

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  • Terror and war crimes: What West left for Afghanistan0

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    • September 21, 2021

    The Daily Sabah BY ELINA ALIMOVA ISTANBUL ASIA PACIFIC SEP 17, 2021 A man weeps during a mass funeral for a members of a family was killed in a U.S. drone airstrike, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Aug. 30, 2021. (Getty Images) While the Western powers loudly proclaim that the “war on terror” against organizations and regimes they

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  • AIRLIFT TO SAFETY: ‘I Am Hopeful, and I Am Heartbroken’0

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    • September 6, 2021

    By Karin Fischer SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 https://www.chronicle.com/article/i-am-hopeful-and-i-am-heartbroken?cid2=gen_login_refresh&cid=gen_sign_in COURTESY OF AUW Students from the Asian University for Women fly from Kabul to a base in Saudi Arabia aboard a U.S. military plane. Bullets had pierced one of the buses carrying 148 students and alumnae from the Asian University for Women who were trying to leave Afghanistan. As

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  • Twenty Years of the Afghanistan Occupation Ends: A New Phase of Struggle Begins0

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    • September 4, 2021

    by Michael Skinner — 04/09/2021 In 2007, I travelled throughout Afghanistan with an Afghan-Canadian research partner,(1) and we asked more than one hundred Afghans: What do you think about the international intervention in Afghanistan? It was as evident then as it has been proven now that a critical mass of Afghans perceived the invasion and occupation of

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  • Devise a new water governance plan to deal with the future of the Indus basin0

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    • September 4, 2021

    The Hindustan Times Recently, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Water Resources recommended that the government should renegotiate the Indus Waters Treaty (IWT), signed in 1960, with Pakistan, in view of pressing challenges such as “climate change, global warming and environmental impact assessment” By Uttam Kumar Sinha AUG 25, 2021 Recently, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on

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