Press Releases

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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
Despite divisive regional scenario, CPEC can achieve goals of connectivity 01 March 2017
29 terrorist attacks claimed 40 lives in Pakistan in January 2017 10 February 2017
“Viable SAARC beneficial to regional connectivity projects like China’s One-Belt, One Road” 23 January 2017
A surge in terrorist violence in Pakistan continued in November 2016: says PIPS monthly security report 09 December 2016
Regulating broadcast media effectively requires work at multiple fronts: PIPS report 24 November 2016
21% rise in terrorism-related fatalities in Pakistan: Says PIPS security report for October 11 November 2016
Terrorist attacks in Pakistan increased by 24% in September 2016: says a PIPS report 16 October 2016
Terrorism-related fatalities increased by 192% in August 2016: Says PIPS monthly security report of Pakistan 15 September 2016
Sensitized teachers can help uphold social harmony: PIPS study 12 August 2016
Madrassa students share thinking pattern with the society in general: PIPS study 15 July 2016
Revision of religio-political constructs a must, to counter violent extremism: PIPS study 13 July 2016
Islamic studies teachers should adopt “critical inquiry” in their learning and pedagogy: PIPS workshop 31 May 2016
Knowledge “quacks” exploit the space left by scholars: PIPS workshop 30 May 2016
Direct, multilayered engagement between Pakistan and Afghanistan is required: PIPS Study 28 May 2016
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