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Rs296bn ill-gotten money recovered: NAB boss claims

By The Frontier Post | September 8, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has recovered around Rs 296 billion ill-gotten money since its inception and deposited the amount in the national kitty. The recovery of this amount can be termed as a remarkable achievement of Bureau, Chairman, National Accountability Bureau, Justice (Retd) Javed Iqbal said while chairing a meeting held here […]

PM appeals Pakistanis to donate generously for construction of dams

By The Frontier Post | September 7, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has appealed all Pakistanis, including the overseas ones, to financially contribute for construction of dams in Pakistan that are vital for country’s future generations. In a message to the nation, the Prime Minister asked overseas Pakistanis, especially those living in European countries and the United States to contribute […]

US hopes for respectful bilateral relationship with Pakistan: Schriver

By The Frontier Post | September 7, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Assistant Defence Secretary for the Department of Defence’s (DoD) Asian and Pacific Security Affairs, Randall G. Schriver has said that the United States has high hopes for a respectful and better bilateral relationship with Pakistan. This he said while talking to media on Thursday night. Randall G. Schriver said that the military […]

Accountability court issues summons for former premier Yousaf Raza Gilani

By The Frontier Post | September 7, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: An accountability court has issued a summons for former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Friday over the misuse of authority. Earlier on Thursday, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Rawalpindi filed a reference against the former premier Gilani over the misuse of authority. Accountability court ordered Gilani to appear before it on […]

PTV, parliament attack cases: PM Imran directs legal team to file acquittal pleas

By The Frontier Post | September 7, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed his legal team on Friday to file acquittal pleas in cases registered against party leaders related to attacks on Pakistan Television (PTV) and Parliament House during the PTI 2014 sit-in. According to reposts, the pleas for acquittal of party leaders booked in the cases will be […]

Civil, military leadership on same page to work for regional peace: Fawad Chaudhry

By The Frontier Post | September 7, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Federal Information Minister, Fawad Chaudhry has said that the government and military are on the same page for promoting the peace in the region. Fawad Chaudhry said this giving interview to BBC Urdu on Friday. He said that government and military leadership willing to hold talks with India for regional peace. He […]

Global

Pence calls for release of jailed Reuters journalists

By The Frontier Post | September 6, 2018

WASHINGTON (Reuters): US Vice President Mike Pence called on Myanmar’s government to reverse a court ruling that imprisoned two Reuters journalists for seven years and to release them immediately. The journalists were found guilty on Monday on official secrets charges in a landmark case seen as a test of progress toward democracy in Myanmar, which […]

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Farmers’ protest disrupts Indian capital

By The Frontier Post | September 6, 2018

NEW DELHI (Reuters): Thousands of farmers and laborers paralyzed the Indian capital on Wednesday in a protest against what they called the anti-people policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, as opposition parties step up pressure ahead of key elections. A sharp drop in commodity prices, stagnant wages and record fuel prices have dented Modi’s […]

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Seven protesters injured

By The Frontier Post | September 6, 2018

SANAA (AP): Yemeni officials say security forces have dispersed hundreds of protesters rallying against the government and a Saudi-led coalition over the deteriorating economy in the war-torn country, wounding at least seven of them. Wednesday’s demonstration in the western Hadramawt province was held to protest price hikes linked to the weakening local currency. The officials […]

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Ukraine’s court sends Vyshinsky to hospital

By The Frontier Post | September 6, 2018

MOSCOW (Sputnik): The news comes after reports about detention of the head of the RIA Novosti Ukraine portal, Kirill Vyshinsky that Russian President Vladimir Putin dubbed politically motivated and said it demonstrated an unprecedented and unacceptable policy of Ukrainian authorities. A court in Ukraine’s city of Kherson accepted the request to provide Kirill Vyshinsky with […]

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Complaint lodged against BBC Haroon Rashid

By The Frontier Post | September 5, 2018

F.P Report Washington DC: A formal complaint has been lodged by Managing Editor of The Frontier Post, Jalil Afridi against a writer of BBC namely Haroon Rashid. In his complaint, Jalil Afridi has stated that one of the articles written by  Haroon Rashid in which he has interviewed a convict of Supreme Court of Pakistan […]

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Russian fighter jets hit targets in Syria’s Idlib

By The Frontier Post | September 5, 2018

Monitoring Desk IDLIB: Russian warplanes on Tuesday continued to strike civilian and opposition targets in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province. According to local sources, Russian fighters have targeted residential areas in western Idlib’s city of Jisr al-Shughur and the Basanqul, Ghani, Innab and Sirmaniyah districts. They have also reportedly conducted attacks in northern Hama’s Zayzun region. […]

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Pakistan

Air Chief honoured with Turkish award

By The Frontier Post | September 14, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force (PAF) was awarded the Turkish Legion of Merit in recognition of his services for promoting defence ties between Pakistan and Turkey. The impressive ceremony was held at the Headquarters of Turkish Air Force at Ankara, said a press […]

Govt to resolve people’s problems on priority basis, says Governor

By The Frontier Post | September 14, 2018

F.P. Report PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Shah Farman Thursday said the government was aware of the problems being faced by the people and would take pragmatic measures to resolve on priority basis after identification of the necessities of the area concerned. He was addressing four different representatives from four union councils here at governor house. […]

ECP unveils schedule for by-election on PK-71

By The Frontier Post | September 14, 2018

F.P. Report PESHAWAR: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) Thursday announced scheduled for by-election on the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provincial assembly constituency PK-71, Peshawar. In General Elections of July 25, the seat was won by the PTI candidate Shah Farman, which fall vacant after his administering oath as Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. According to the spokesman of […]

Security arrangements made for peace during Muhrram

By The Frontier Post | September 14, 2018

F.P. Report HANGU/GILGIT: The district police have made foolproof security arrangements to maintain peace and religious harmony during Muharram-ul-Harram especially Youm-e-Ashur. As part of the security measures, a total of 4000-strong police personnel backed by Para-military forces would be deployed at key positions in the district including worshiping places, exit, entry points and hill tops […]

Girl and boy students shifted to each other’s schools

By The Frontier Post | September 14, 2018

F.P. Report TIMERGARA: The over 1100 girl students and teachers of government girls’ higher secondary school (GGHSS) Ziarat Talash in Lower Dir on Thursday took a sigh of relief after their shifting to the building of government higher secondary school (GHSS) for boys on the directives of district administration and authorities of education department. The […]

Woman dies, three family members hurt in acid attack

By The Frontier Post | September 14, 2018

F.P. Report GOJRA: Woman dies, while her two children and husband severely injured as a man threw acid over them on Wednesday night in Chak 92 JB area in retaliation for being ousted from the village after she accused him of harassment. According to police, the suspect, who was identified as Safdar, threw acid on […]

Afghanistan

Wolesi Jirga polls in Ghazni may be delayed

By The Frontier Post | August 29, 2018

Monitoring Desk KABUL: Wolesi Jirga elections in southern Ghazni province and national-wide district council polls would be held four months after the October 20 elections as per the law, the Independent Election Commission (IEC) announced Tuesday. The IEC said it was left with no option but to suggest the delay in the elections in Ghazni […]

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Saleh reacts at Atmar’s resignation

By The Frontier Post | August 29, 2018

Monitoring Desk KABUL: The former Afghan Intelligence, National Directorate of Security and the leader of Afghanistan Green Trend, Amrullah Saleh reacted at the resignation of the former National Security Adviser Mohammad Hanif Atmar. Calling the resignation of Atmar a major loss for the Unity Government, Saleh said he (Atmar) is a balanced thinker and a […]

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Rehabilitated Dilawez brings joy to her family

By The Frontier Post | August 29, 2018

Monitoring Desk FEROZKOH: Dilawez, 35, inadvertently slipped into drug addiction after consuming opium for five years to reduce the pain she was suffering from. A mother of three daughters and two sons, she is a resident of the Allahyar locality of Ferozkoh. She shared her story with Pajhwok Afghan News after two year of rehabilitation. […]

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Shadow governor among 60 Taliban killed

By The Frontier Post | August 29, 2018

Monitoring Desk HERAT: Afghan officials say Taliban shadow governor for Badghis province among 60 fighters were killed after airstrikes in the Ghormach district. The Taliban seized the Ghormach district after government forces pulled out of the district following government’s announcement to give the district into the control of neighbouring Badghis province. Meanwhile, Afghan Air Force […]

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Kabul Bank’s former CEO shifted from Bagram prison

By The Frontier Post | August 29, 2018

Monitoring Desk KABUL: The former Chief Executive and shareholder of Kabul Bank Khalilullah Ferozi has been transferred to Kabul for the treatment purposes, days after the chairman of the bank Shir Khan Farnood died in the same prison. Sources in the family of Ferozi confirmed that he has been shifted to Kabul from Bagram prison. […]

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Growing Taliban activities in surrounding districts pose threat to Kabul

By The Frontier Post | August 29, 2018

Monitoring Desk KABUL: Taliban have recently increased their activities in different districts of Kabul province, posing threat to Kabul city. The districts in which the Taliban have increased operations included Paghman, Qarabagh, Khak-e-Jabar, Chaharasiab, Deh Sabz and Shakar Dara. According to local residents and security officials, the Taliban have also established bases in some of […]

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Business

PFC to participate in Int’l Product Exhibition

By The Frontier Post | September 5, 2018

F.P. Report LAHORE: A 6-member delegation of Pakistan Furniture Council (PFC) will participate in International Product Exhibition and Conference starting from October 08 at Doha, Qatar to tap the potential export of furniture products besides seeking foreign investment in furniture sector to boost the local economy. Presiding over a meeting of board of directors here […]

Seoul stocks close higher on tech, bio gains

By The Frontier Post | September 5, 2018

Monitoring Desk SEOUL: South Korean stocks closed higher Tuesday, led by gains in large-cap tech and bio shares, analysts said. The Korean won fell against the US dollar. The benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) rose 8.69 points, or 0.38 percent, to close at 2,315.72. Trade volume was light at 266 million shares worth […]

Uber driver accused of kicking out blind woman in Brazil

By The Frontier Post | September 4, 2018

RIO DE JANERIO (Reuters): A blind woman said an Uber driver abruptly left her on the side of a Rio de Janeiro street last week after loudly berating her over her request that he turn down the car’s air conditioning, the latest safety incident involving the ride-hailing firm. Nathalia Santos, 26, a Rio native who […]

Japan to stop Iran oil imports on US pressure

By The Frontier Post | September 4, 2018

TOKYO (Agencies): Japan’s major oil wholesalers are preparing to suspend crude oil imports from Iran in October, amid fears Washington will sanction countries importing Iranian crude, local media reported. US President Donald Trump in May pulled out of a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran and last month began re-imposing sanctions that block other countries from […]

Tokyo stocks start lower over suspension of U.S.-Canada trade talks

By The Frontier Post | September 4, 2018

TOKYO (Xinhua): Tokyo stocks opened lower Tuesday amid investor concerns over the currently suspended U.S.-Canada trade talks. As of 9:15 a.m., the 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average lost 78.43 points, or 0.35 percent, from Monday to 22,628.95. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, meanwhile, dropped 5.70 points, or […]

Iranian rial hits record low at 128,000 to the dollar

By The Frontier Post | September 4, 2018

TEHRAN (Reuters): The Iranian rial hit a record low against the US dollar on the unofficial market on Monday, amidst a deterioration in the economic situation and the reimposition of sanctions by the United States. The dollar was being offered for as much as 128,000 rials, according to foreign exchange website Bonbast.com, which tracks the […]

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Sports

Pakistan misses bronze as India wins by 2-1 in Asiad

By The Frontier Post | September 1, 2018

JAKARTA (Monitoring Desk): Pakistan hockey team narrowly missed Bronze as they lost to Arch-rivals India 2-1 in the Bronze medal contest of Asian Games hockey on Saturday. After performing extraordinarily at the group stage, Pakistan gave up in two back-to-back knocks out stage matches to climb back on their old trend. India, as usual, kept […]

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Sri Lanka recalls Malinga for Asia Cup

By The Frontier Post | September 1, 2018

COLOMBO (Agencies): Sri Lanka’s cricket selectors Saturday recalled fast bowler Lasith Malinga after an year in limbo and included him in a 16-member squad for the upcoming Asia Cup tournament. The injury-prone 35-year-old had been largely ignored since his last ODI appearance in September last year against India in Colombo when he took just one […]

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Indonesia announces surprise bid for 2032 Olympics

By The Frontier Post | September 1, 2018

JAKARTA (Agencies): Indonesia unveiled surprise plans to bid for the 2032 Olympics on Saturday as it rides high from its successful staging of the Asian Games. President Joko Widodo revealed Indonesia’s intentions after talks with Olympics chief Thomas Bach and Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, head of the Olympic Council of Asia. The announcement came on […]

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Serena routs Venus 6-1, 6-2 in all-Williams US Open clash

By The Frontier Post | September 1, 2018

NEW YORK (Agencies): Serena Williams crushed older sister Venus 6-1 6-2 in a shockingly subdued third round clash at the U.S. Open on Friday to stay on track for a record equalling 24th Grand Slam title. The meeting between the famed tennis siblings had been hyped as the biggest night of the U.S. Open but […]

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Sabbir Rahman faces six-month ban from int’l cricket

By The Frontier Post | September 1, 2018

DHAKA (Agencies): The BCB’s disciplinary committee has recommended that Sabbir Rahman be suspended for six months from international cricket for abusing a fan on social media. The recommendation needs to be approved by BCB chief Nazmul Hassan’s approval, but that is understood to be a formality. Sabbir, who had already been dropped from Bangladesh’s squad […]

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Kohli becomes second fastest Indian batsman to cross 6000 Test runs

By The Frontier Post | September 1, 2018

SOUTHAMPTON (Agencies): Dashing batsman Virat Kohli has become the tenth Indian batsman to cross the 6000-run mark in Test cricket during his innings of 46 on second day of the fourth Test against England here at the Ageas Bowl on Friday. He needed just six runs to reach the milestone when he came to the […]

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Fashion & Movies

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas to marry in September

By The Frontier Post | July 31, 2018

Monitoring Desk MUMBAI: The news of American pop star Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra apparently tying the knot soon, caused much excitement for their fans world across. It all happened when reports of Priyanka walking out of Salman Khan-starrer Bharat came out. Director Ali Abbas Zafar confirmed the same in a tweet saying that Priyanka […]

SOTY 2 will now release in 2019

By The Frontier Post | July 31, 2018

Monitoring Desk MUMBAI: Student of the Year is currently being shot in full swing. The film will launch two fresh faces, Tara Sutaria and Ananya Panday into Bollywood. The first and the second schedule of the film was shot in Mussorrie and Dehradhun respectively, after which a few days of shooting happened in Mumbai. SOTY […]

Katrina Kaif replaces Priyanka in Salman starrer ‘Bharat’

By The Frontier Post | July 31, 2018

Monitoring Desk MUMBAI: Ali Abbas Zafar’s big announcement of Priyanka Chopra walking out of Salman Khan starrer Bharat, and hinting towards the ‘special’ reason being her marriage plans with Nick Jonas, broke the internet a few days back. However, over the weekend, things have become more settled as to who will step in PeeCee’s shoes. […]

Akshay Kumar wants to make a biopic on athlete Hima Das

By The Frontier Post | July 30, 2018

Monitoring Desk MUMBAI: It’s raining biopics in Bollywood currently, the recent one being Sanju, made on the life of Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt. Sanju successfully broke several box-office records and was loved by the audiences. The other biopic lined up is on music legend Gulshan Kumar, which will be co-produced by Aamir Khan and Bhushan […]

Trishala Dutt wishes Sanjay Dutt on his birthday

By The Frontier Post | July 30, 2018

Monitoring Desk Sanjay Dutt has always been close to elder daughter Trishala Dutt. Even though Trishala lives in New York, the bond between the father-daughter duo hasn’t changed. Wishing her daddy dearest on his special day today, Trishala took to her social media and posted an adorable picture with Sanjay Dutt. She captioned the picture […]

Tom Cruise’s ‘Mission Impossible’ rules box office

By The Frontier Post | July 30, 2018

Monitoring Desk LOS ANGLES: Improbable? Maybe, but “Mission Impossible — Fallout,” the sixth and latest stunt-filled edition of the Tom Cruise action franchise has topped the weekend box office in North America, outperforming the five earlier “Impossibles.” The Paramount/Skydance production took in an estimated $61.5 million for the three-day weekend, according to industry tracker Exhibitor […]

Science & Technology

Microsoft secures a profitable deal with the intelligence community

By The Frontier Post | May 18, 2018

Monitoring Desk WASHINGTON: Microsoft Corp said it’s secured a lucrative cloud deal with the intelligence community that marks a rapid expansion by the software giant into a market led by Amazon.com Inc. The deal, which the company said Wednesday is worth hundreds of millions of dollars, allows 17 intelligence agencies and offices to use Microsoft’s Azure […]

Drones to control crowd in Makkah

By The Frontier Post | May 18, 2018

Monitoring Desk MAKKAH: Pacing ahead in technology, drones will be now used for the first time in the Grand Mosque in Makkah to control the crowd in Ramazan, Al-Arabiya reported. Deputy commander of the Umrah forces Maj. Gen. Mohammed Al-Ahmadi made the announcement. Al-Ahmadi told that security, organizational and humanitarian aspects will be included in […]

YouTube all set to launch new music streaming service

By The Frontier Post | May 18, 2018

Monitoring Desk WASHINGTON: Google’s YouTube said on Wednesday it will launch a new music streaming service, YouTube Music, next week and unveil soon a premium service that will charge more for its original shows. YouTube Music, which will be launched on May 22, comes with extra features like personalized playlists based on individual’s YouTube history […]

‘Digital Pakistan’ policy ready to get approval from cabinet

By The Frontier Post | May 17, 2018

F.P. Report ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has entered the era of digitization through revolution, not evolution, said Federal Minister for Information Technology Anusha Rahman Khan. She said this while chairing the 39th meeting of the board of directors of Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB). “A lot more work needs to be done to keep up with technology, including […]

WhatsApp introduces new group chat features

By The Frontier Post | May 17, 2018

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Messaging service WhatsApp rolled out new group-chat features on Tuesday, including more controls for administrators as well as regular group members. Users can now leave a group permanently to avoid being repeatedly added back after they have left, Facebook Inc-owned WhatsApp said in a blog post. Administrators can no longer be […]

Data breach case: Mark Zuckerberg to appear before European Parliament

By The Frontier Post | May 17, 2018

BRUSSELS (Reuters): Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will appear before members of the European Parliament to answer questions about the improper use of users’ data by a political consultancy, the speaker of the legislature said on Wednesday. The world’s largest social network has come under scrutiny over the way it handles personal data after revelations that […]

Health

Sunburn raises skin cancer risk

By The Frontier Post | May 9, 2018

Monitoring Desk Certain genes can determine which people are more at risk of getting sunburned, and possibly develop skin cancer as a result, scientists said Tuesday. In a trawl of the genetics of nearly 180,000 people of European ancestry in Britain, Australia, the Netherlands and United States, researchers found 20 sunburn genes. Eight of the […]

Half of Pakistan population vulnerable of diabetes

By The Frontier Post | May 8, 2018

Monitoring Desk LAHORE:  Half of population in Pakistan is at high risk of getting diabetes, say experts. Scientific survey has revealed alarming figures with 50 per cent of population found to be obese, which is a major cause of diabetes. “This real time research survey provides the most reliable data on prevalence of obesity in […]

Congo fever: Death toll rises to three in Multan

By The Frontier Post | May 7, 2018

F.P. Report MULTAN: Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever, commonly referred to as Congo fever has claimed another life in Multan district of Punjab. The Congo fever had claimed two lives in Multan, earlier this month. According to media reports, six patients affected by the dangerous virus were brought to Nishter Hospital, one of them is dead and two others are under treatment. All patients carrying Congo virus […]

Eating fruits and Vegetable will ensure better health

By The Frontier Post | May 6, 2018

Monitoring Desk ISLAMABAD: Your parents’ advice to eat your vegetables has solid science behind it. Filling half your plate with non-starchy selections, as well as some fruit, provides a high volume of low-calorie food that can tame hunger as it delivers important nutrients. A study done at Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine […]

Smart phones, tablets screens to harm children health

By The Frontier Post | May 6, 2018

Monitoring Desk ISLAMABAD: Technological innovations have made the entire world accessible with just one click. But as the accessibility of smart phones and tablets increases, children are increasingly been seen glued to these touch gadgets – something which doctors are worried about. Prolonged usage can cause adverse effects on the health of the children, say […]

Eating fish and vegetable may delay Menopause

By The Frontier Post | May 4, 2018

Monitoring Desk NEW YORK: A diet rich in fish and vegetables may delay the onset of menopause, a new study has found. British researchers used health and behavioral data on 9,027 women ages 40 to 65, and followed them for four years. They assessed their diet using a detailed 217-item food frequency questionnaire that included […]

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Travel

Arts & Literature

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Articles

PTM or something else

By The Frontier Post | May 12, 2018

S M Abdullah Being myself a proud Pashtun , I feel no hesitation in saying that  Pashtun Tahafuz Movement is not a Pakhtoon Spring but a sponsored and tailor-made movement to malign the most respected institution of the Pakistani Army?  The narrative of PTM as enunciated by  Manzoor Pashteen in Peshawar, Lahore, and swat , […]

How Obama’s red line fiasco breathed new life into Syrian regime

By The Frontier Post | May 11, 2018

Bashdar Pusho Ismaeel If the US, U.K. and France’s retaliatory airstrike on April 21, two weeks after alleged chemical attacks by Bashar Assad’s forces in Douma, was to deter the Syrian regime or force a change of mood, then it looks like a failure. Regime forces are relentlessly continuing their fierce quest to drive out […]

OBOR reshaping the World-South Asia

By The Frontier Post | May 10, 2018

Shahid Jameel New world developments such as China’s investment in the One Belt One Road Initiative and Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union and its connectivity with OBOR are key factors that will define the new trends in the world power. Trillions of dollars project i.e. “OBOR” initiative of China is a step towards reshaping the world-South […]

Is the ‘Russia Puzzle’ in Washington being solved?

By The Frontier Post | May 9, 2018

Abdullah Muradoglu The decision US President Donald Trump is going to make in relation to the “Iran Nuclear Deal” is going to become clear this weekend. The comments made to date and the developments we have so far witnessed form the opinion that Trump is going to withdraw from the deal. Trump withdrawing from the […]

A strategic electoral upset in making in Malaysia?

By The Frontier Post | May 8, 2018

Mustaqim Abdullah The article wrote by Mus-htak Parker, “Malaysian El-ections: Weak Opposition Weak Coalition” published in Daily Sabah on May 1, paints Pakatan Harapan, otherwise known in English as “the Alliance of Hope,” as a hopeless assemblage of parties that stood no chance of winning the election happe-ning in Malaysia on May 9. His exuberance […]

US-North Korea summit: The home run for Pyongyang administration

By The Frontier Post | May 7, 2018

Hamza Athar “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer”. The Pyongyang Administration has recently shaken hands with the South at DMZ. The slogan “a peaceful Korea” has made its presence felt around the world. The question now arises, what if the monologue of the coliseum results, a neutralized South and a defensive U.S? The […]

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Editorial

Reciprocal restrictions on diplomats

By The Frontier Post | May 12, 2018

The relations between the two long standing allies, Pakistan and United States are moving from bad to worse but the incumbent government has remained in diplomatic hibernation and is least interested to mend the widening cleavage in bilateral relations. The ruptures caused by the President Donald Trump tweet of blaming Islamabad of lies and deceit […]

Judicial commission on APS carnage

By The Frontier Post | May 11, 2018

The Chief Justice of Pakistan ordered constitution of judicial commission to probe the carnage in Army Public School Peshawar (APS) on December 16, 2014 where over 140 students were killed by terrorists. The Chief Justice, Mian Saqib Nisar, while hearing APS case during Supreme Court Peshawar Registry ordered that the judicial commission would submit its […]

US Iran’s policy

By The Frontier Post | May 10, 2018

In an arrogant display of might is right, President Donald Trump announced that the US is pulling out of the international agreement restricting Tehran’s nuclear program capability for producing nuclear bombs. He also imposed economic sanctions on Iran. The decision is likely to raise the risks in the Middle East, upset American European allies and […]

Violation of WTO rules

By The Frontier Post | May 9, 2018

Pakistan and China reached an agreement to initiate a process of digital trade data exchange but the later backed out of it. Pakistan’s decision to postpone signing of revised Free Trade Agreement (FTA-II) has now hit its plan to digitally exchange trade data to capture the real value of imports from neighboring country China for […]

A negative tendency

By The Frontier Post | May 8, 2018

The assassination attempt on the Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal in his home town constituency during a corner meeting at the hand of 23 year old man indicates the emergence of a negative tendency in the country’s political culture at a time when general election are just few months away. The incident should be taken seriously […]

In search of dignity!

By The Frontier Post | May 7, 2018

The Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, while addressing a function at Pasroor near Sialkot, has complained against the lack of respect for politicians. He said that a politician deserves as much respect as a Judge and General receives. There are no two opinions about this argument but it is the demeanor, character, integrity, honesty, attitude […]

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