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Securing the Cyber Frontier

thumbnail imageEvery website we visit, every email and instant message we send, every comment posted on social media, every time we make a phone call, whenever we withdraw money from a cash dispenser, or when we cross by a CCTV, we are giving away intelligence.

Private schools in Panjgur closed after threats

thumbnail imageQUETTA: Due to threats and intimidation, all private educational institutions have remained closed for the past eight days in Balochistan’s southern district of Panjgur.

Pakistan’s Impending Famine

thumbnail imageThe tragedy in drought-ravaged Thar says much about the limits of Pakistani democracy.

Herald Exclusive: Nuclear hazards

thumbnail imageFrom a distance, the place looks like a plantation. Up close, it is a rectangular plot of land, spread over rolling hillocks as far as the eye can see, dotted with low-slung acacia trees and bound by a fence of barbed wire. Beneath its clay surface are hidden hundreds of kilogrammes of what local residents say is nuclear waste.

Stop running after nuclear energy, solar and wind power is the solution for Pakistan!

thumbnail imagePakistan is also home to the longest and most active fault lines in South Asia, the Chaman Fault System (CFS). At least 900 kilometres long, this fault is responsible for the 1935 Quetta Earthquake, which ranks as one of the deadliest earthquakes to have ever hit South Asia. A stem of the CFS, called the Ornach Fault is what triggered the recent Awaran earthquake.

The ticking time bomb beneath Quetta

thumbnail imagePakistan is also home to the longest and most active fault lines in South Asia, the Chaman Fault System (CFS). At least 900 kilometres long, this fault is responsible for the 1935 Quetta Earthquake, which ranks as one of the deadliest earthquakes to have ever hit South Asia. A stem of the CFS, called the Ornach Fault is what triggered the recent Awaran earthquake.

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