Pakistan has to do more to seek SDGs, report says

Social Policy and Development Center conducted a webinar to measure the findings on Pakistan's contribution to achieving SDGs. The research is named, ‘Social Dimensions...

UN launches SDG indicator data analyses to gauge state’s performance

United Nations has launched the Sustainable Development Goals indicator to analyze states' performance on SDGs. The meta-data website allows the users to access states...
Girls education

SDG-4: Pakistan still needs to prioritize quality education

Just 9 years are left in finishing the deadline of achieving Sustainable Development Goals, but Pakistan still lags behind the other states. The problem...
Agricultural subsidies

How agricultural subsidies impacts Sustainable Development Goals?

Almost 7 years have passed when Millenium Development Goals were modified as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Environmental degradation, economic crisis, and pandemics actuate the...
Achieving Socio-Economic Development through Peaceful Use of Nuclear Technology

Achieving Socio-Economic Development through Peaceful Use of Nuclear Technology

Author: Amber Afreen Abid The civil nuclear program comprised the major part of the nuclear program of Pakistan.  Pakistan has always been cognizant of the...
Sustainable Development Goals

Snapshot report relates all 17 SDGs with Gender Equality

The snapshot report released on 17 September related all the 17 Sustainable Development Goals with gender quality. It also emphasized goal 5 which is...
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India in its initial statements termed the incident as an accidental firing of the BrahMos missile during routine maintenance and a technical malfunction.

India’s BrahMos Landing in Pakistan: Accidental or Intentional?

On 09 March 2022, a supersonic missile crossed the Indian border, covering a distance of 124km across the border, and crashed into Pakistan, destroying...
India has acquired this capability to indigenously develop nuclear-powered submarines it has provided India a strategic edge over other countries in South Asia.

Nuclear-powered submarines: a new challenge to strategic stability in South Asia

Since the partition of the subcontinent both Pakistan and India have traditionally and non-traditionally confronted each other many times. Whether it is operation Gibraltar,...
The pursuit of the BMD system can create a false sense of security in the minds of Indian policymakers that can destabilize South Asia.

Ballistic Missile Defence Systems in South Asia

The actual use of nuclear weapons by the two South Asian nuclear rivals has been barred since overt nuclearization and the sense of mutual...