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BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
Vol. XLV No.33, 2008-03-09
BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
ISLAMISTS UNDER FIRE 
From Egypt to Bangladesh
Vol. LI No.20, 2013-08-18
BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
Political Implications of Ban on Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami
Vol. LI No.19, 2013-08-11
BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
Egypt's Al-Sisi Dragged the Country into Civil War
Vol. LI No.18, 2013-08-04
BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
The Scourge of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
Vol. L No.43, 2013-01-20
BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
Arab Spring: Promises and Challenges
Vol. L No.21, 2012-08-19
BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
Just World Order
Vol. XLIX No.43, 2012-01-29
BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
Let Us Refuse to Be Provoked
Vol. L No.27, 2012-09-30
BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
The Islamists and Western Blinkers
Vol. L No.15, 2012-07-08
BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
Death, Disappearance and Despair in India
Vol. L No.13, 2012-06-24
BUDGET 2008 Paradoxes and Inconsistencies
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COVER STORY

RAIL BUDGET, 2008 Lalu on Familiar Track

By DR WAQUAR ANWAR

Lalu Prasad, the Union Railway Minister, was on the job again. His performance was in line with what was expected of him. He was with the same rustic look, characteristic humour and uncharacteristic lack of humility (in almost all the verses he has q... More

FOREIGN FEATURE

Use Oil as Weapon

By SYED TAUSIEF AUSAF

Just a mild appeal from Washington to Israel to “consider the consequences” after the Jewish state began to carry out a “holocaust” in Gaza is reflective of America’s lopsided foreign policy vis-à-vis the Middle E... More

POLICITAL JIGGERY POKERY

COMMUNALISM Changed Environment, Changed Agenda

By KHAN YASIR

During the colonial rule there arose a gulf between different communities because of differential rates of modernisation, competitive capitalism and exploitation of classes, which coincided with communal groups. Soon these communities started conside... More

REMINISCENCES

India's New Tourist 'Definition'

By SOROOR AHMED

SOROOR AHMED pleads for greater protection to foreign tourists whose number in India is on the increase.... More

YEMEN

The Economic Scenario in Yemen

By YASEEN ABDULLAH ALI

The North and the South Yemen before their unification in 1990 were classified among the poorest and least developed countries of the world as they had been heavily in economic debt. The unity held great hopes for improving this situation, which was ... More

SPORTS

Cricket isn't a Straight Drive Game

Cricket is a gentleman’s game, despite the Douglas Jardine bodyline series, but it still enjoys the saying. The English wanted a leisure sport, and accordingly made it mandatory to have water and tea breaks, and a rest day, while during the gam... More

DEOBAND MOVE

Terrorism: Islamic or un-Islamic?

By RAM PUNIYANI

In current times the popular perceptions in major parts of the world including India, Islam and Muslims have become synonymous with terrorism. There is an act of blast, and the finger of suspicion points to some descript or non-descript Muslim named ... More

RADIATIONS

Random Thoughts on Radiance

By AUSAF

I will, most probably, enter into my grave with a dream, the dream of seeing the print- order of the Viewsweekly commensurate with the Muslim population of the country, which is about 160 million. Like you I also want to see the periodical at par wit... More