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The Bangladesh Model
By Syed Badrul Ahsan
Bangladesh’s technocratic governments
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Flashback | WAR!
The 1971 civil war led to the breakup of
Pakistan. It was and remains the country’s
lowest low. Here, we reproduce—
unvarnished—Newsweek’s cover story
from 40 years ago on the war.
Flashback | My Classmate the Enemy
The opposing senior officers of India and
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Meet the man who exposed Pakistan—and
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News Gallery | Sharif’s Sindh Card
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The PML-N chief visits the PPP’s
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What’s the most
appropriate response to
the NATO attack that
killed Pakistani troops?
TOTAL POLLED : 98
bring Benazir’s killers to justice.
U.K. Link to Drones Questioned
AFP
Letter addressed to British foreign
secretary demands answers over London’s
role in drone attacks.
‘No Rift With Army’
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