Muhammad Amir Rana
The TTP and other terrorist groups have been continuously launching terrorist attacks against the security forces.
Ensuring public order is a core responsibility of the district administration.
The challenge facing internal security restricts the Chinese from coming to Pakistan.
Security experts believe that Sindhi militant groups have developed a nexus with Baloch insurgents...
Pakistan has become the primary focus of the Taliban’s growing anger.
Why is Pakistan often singled out and tagged as an intolerant society?
The use of the religion card by PML-N leaders reflects their frustration over how fast the party is losing political ground.
The religious reform in Saudi Arabia has brought about a big challenge for the conservative Salafi and Deobandi religious groups.
The govt is weak and fears a political backlash if it allows imports from India or gives permission to aid agencies to help.
The responsibility for this state of decay lies with all institutions.
Insurgents and terrorist groups employ such tactics of inter-group reconciliation to maintain harmony among themselves.
Imran Khan’s use of religious narratives has made the game challenging for TLP.
Mainstreaming a terrorist group will harm and shrink political spaces for the citizens of this country.
Strangely, after reports first emerged of peace talks with the TTP, there was no major reaction.
The issue of talks with the TTP must be brought into the mainstream discussion.
The police as an institution can absorb the masses’ anger, which no other security institution can even think of.
Apparently, the Taliban have no intentions of becoming normal modern-day political actors...
Conventional security for CPEC projects is essential, but state institutions cannot ignore the strategic and political context.
The power structure in Pakistan revolves around certain narratives...
The prime minister has taken the idea of ‘positive narrative’ to another level altogether.