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Is identity crisis a disease?

A few days ago,  I woke up in the morning pondering over the recent clash between Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) and the Pakistan Army in which the latter opened indiscriminate firing on unarmed civilians causing many casualties. The tweet of the Director General ISPR, Major General Asif Ghafoor, was echoing …

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Caught in conflict: the Baloch women

On the outskirts of Quetta, just at the foothill of the Chiltan Mountain range, is a small town comprising over 10,000 people. The town was established by the internally displaced refugees from Balochistan’s Kahan town who had been forced to flee their ancestral land in the 1970s during the conflict …

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دُنیاءِ بے تواری 

دنیاءِ تہا ‌بے کساس گل انسانی ہکانی ہاترا کارکنگا انت۔ دومی جہانی جنگءَ پد، انسانءَ را چہ مزنیں جَنگءُ جدلاں رَکّینگءِ واستا، انسانی ہکانی پہازگ یک بُنیادی کارے زانگ بوت۔ وہدے یو۔ این۔ او جوڑ کنگ بوت تہ اِشی ءِ رہبندءِ تہا انسانی ہکانی پہازگءِ ہاترا انسانی عزتءُ شرف، آجوئی، …

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