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Fatalities in terrorist attacks in Pakistan surged by 65pc in June 2017 10 July 2017
‘Teachers should share multiple perspectives to students’ 18 June 2017
Terrorist attacks in Pakistan up by 50 percent in May 2017 09 June 2017
Parliament ought to address the multidimensional character of extremism 25 May 2017
“Teacher can impart curiosity and communication skills to promote tolerance and understanding” 23 May 2017
“Teachers can produce tolerant society by nurturing diversity” 22 May 2017
26 terrorist attacks claimed 46 lives in Pakistan in April 2017 08 May 2017
Holistic internal security policy need of the hour 03 May 2017
Producing inquisitive, knowledgeable society can help counter extremism 02 May 2017
Reclaiming cultural spaces can curb extremism 25 April 2017
‘Regulate conventional and new media to check extremism’ 24 April 2017
Reviving inclusive spaces will enable young people to resist extremism 18 April 2017
Treating citizens and regions with equality, will dent extremist spaces 17 April 2017
28 terrorist attacks recorded in March including a major sectarian-related 14 April 2017
To address militancy holistically, NAP shall be revised, bifurcating in soft and hard components 10 April 2017
“National Charter of Peace”be produced to eradicate extremism 03 April 2017
High-powered parliament-endorsed commissions required to review dealing with militant groups 27 March 2017
“Parliament’s engagement key in shaping religious narrative against extremism” 20 March 2017
Militants intensify terror onslaught in Pakistan 17 March 2017
Pakistan-Afghanistan media should orient debates beyond blame game: PIPS roundtable 14 March 2017
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