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Saudi Arabia's Mysterious Gates.

Archaeologists think ancient nomadic tribes used the kites, which can be more than a mile long, for hunting. The structure’s two long converging walls would funnel stampedes of gazelles into the body of the kite, where they would be slaughtered.

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Cricket & DRS

India's limited options

 آپ کی رائے سے پاکستان تبدیل ہو سکتا ہے۔ ہمیں آپ کی ضرورت ہے

Exports in Pakistan decline...

 

Rawalpindi Metro Fails?

 

Amirs' return - a historic day for Pakistan; Black Day for the game as Kiwis prepare to win T20 series

Captain America Civil War trailer leaves some questions unanswered

 Current Affairs Digest

Can India Censors Kashmir in International media? In recent issues of Economist, India has ordered officials to place stickers over Kashmir map in the Economist copies prior to distribution in India.

 

 

Why oil prices are falling? The sell-off in oil in the recent past has occurred concurrently with a slide in the Chinese stock-market and the Yuan, which some investors think reflects weakness in China’s economy and hence in demand for oil.

 

Saudi Arabia and Iran. No doubt, Saudi Arabia has objectives and a plan, but in the short term they appear to create more problems for the kingdom than for its arch-rival Iran. The leadership in Iran is young, democratic and more prudent.

Nawaz Sharif a hurdle in Army's operation against militants.  General Raheel Sharif (pictured, left) had been itching to wage a full-blown campaign against domestic militants well before the Peshawar school attack But Nawaz Sharif wants to divert attention to corruption to save his key ministers involved in religious extremes. 

 

The book that drove us through 2015  If you want to be a better person, go and read To Kill a Mockingbird if you haven't, and read it again if you have. Whatever its literary merits, Harper Lee’s second novel sheds more light on our world than its predecessor did, noted the Time magazine. The book is relevant to our times and our stakes even in Pakistan. Neo-apartheid, we are living in driven by ambition and guised in the faith that we are stuck so dearly.   

Turkey's strong denial. In a strategic war aimed to contain ISIS, Turkey tries to assert itself by denying Russia any leverage in Syria. Is it about geopolitics or  a historical Turkmen bondage?

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Nuclear talks with Iran

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Pakistan's clean Cricketers are threatened to get match-fixers back

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