Pakistan Day: Does Pakistan run as was the Resolution?

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan On 23 March 1940, the Muslim leaders in India under the leadership of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah passed a resolution to create a separate Islamic... Read more »


There is no doubt that the past year has impacted all areas of our lives in one way or another, with many Australians forced to constantly change their routines and adapt to... Read more »

Sustainable Development Goals can guide Asia-Pacific to build back better

The COVID-19 crisis poses an unprecedented threat to development in the Asia-Pacific region that could reverse much of the hard-earned progress made in recent years. The good news is we know how... Read more »

Role and Responsibility of Global Kashmiri Diaspora

By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai “When there is no enemy within, the enemies outside cannot hurt you.” Winston S. Churchill. The disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir stands apart as the most... Read more »

Kashmir dispute for Indians & the World

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan On the dispute of Kashmir, I would like to bring the attention of Indians and the International community. The conflict of Kashmir has been persistent since Pakistan... Read more »


Ghillar, Michael Anderson, Convenor of the Sovereign Union, last surviving member of the founding four of the Aboriginal Embassy and Head of State of the Euahlayi Peoples Republic provides an insight into... Read more »


By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney “I ACKNOWLEDGE THE REAL CUSTODIANS OF THIS LAND” The historical signs and storytellers assert that human beings had been on this incredible island continent for the last 60,000... Read more »

Australian Cricketers, you are pride for us

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan If you don’t believe, then you are a biased person. Australians have proven time and again that they are the real champion in international cricket. The professionalism,... Read more »

Kashmir and the United Nations Security Council

Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai India’s Ambassador to the United Nations, T S Tirumurti  has asked the UN Security Council to take off  the “outdated agenda item” of the “India-Pakistan question”, from the... Read more »


The restrictions announced on Sunday will hit all Victorians hard. We love our state and the simple but treasured things that make up our daily lives — going to the footy at... Read more »

Overseas Pakistanis are backbone of Pakistan

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan Around 10 million Pakistanis live outside Pakistan – one of the largest diaspora populations in the world. They are called overseas Pakistanis. The majority of overseas Pakistanis... Read more »

مسلہٗ کشمیر صرف ا من کی بات نہیں

سید عتیق الحسن، سڈنی آسٹریلیا مسلہ کشمیر پاکستانیوں کے لئے ایک قومی مسلہ ہے لحاظہ تمام کالم نگاروں، اینکروں، اسپیکرز اور کمیونٹی لیڈرز کو چائیے کہ وہ کشمیر کے تناظہ پر تفصیل... Read more »

The Fiasco of PIA

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan There was a time when Pakistan International Airline (PIA) was among the top and prestigious Airlines in the world. For the international aviation professionals, it was an... Read more »

Lives of Marginalized Matter: When will their suffocation End?

By Ram Puniyani In Minneapolis, US an African American, George Floyd lost his life as the white policeman, Derek Chauvin, caught hold of him and put his knee on his neck. This... Read more »

Australian growing relations with India, where does Pakistan stand?

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has reached a historical agreement with India in the field of science & technology, defense, and maritime security on 4th of June 2020 during a virtual summit... Read more »

Horrible Coronavirus deaths, then the murder of a black man by white policeman ignited country-wide agitation & riots in the US, is it all coincident?

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan ‘I can’t breathe’; these were the last words from the mouth of murdered George Floyd by the Minneapolis white police officer in the USA. The police officer... Read more »

Allama Mashriqi & the 1943 Bengal Famine

By Nasim Yousaf Allama Mashriqi was a prominent reformer, revolutionary, and humanitarian from the Indian sub-continent. One of the reasons for Mashriqi’s popularity was that he and his Khaksar Movement worked tirelessly... Read more »

How is COVID-19 changing democracy

UNSW researcher Dr Carolien van Ham says authoritarian regimes are using the pandemic as a way to strengthen their grip on power. Speaking from the Netherlands, Dr van Ham says the most... Read more »


UWA Media Release; Young Australians studying from home during the COVID-19 pandemic still need to spend time outside to prevent near-sightedness, according to a researcher from The University of Western Australia. The... Read more »

Pakistanis problems and national responsibilities

By Syed Atiq Al Hassan The failure of the Sindh government, the lack of necessities for the people, the indifference, shameful apology, and stubbornness of every high-ranking personality in the government over... Read more »


Scientists and medical researchers have for years have differed over the exact definition of a pandemic (is it a pandemic, or an epidemic), but one thing everyone agrees on is that the... Read more »

Are the diabetic patients been misled?

By Dr Ghayur Ayub  To understand the question, we have to know some basic facts about diabetes. For example, a compound known as glucose and a molecule called insulin play important roles in... Read more »

Softening lockdown in Pakistan

Yasmeen Aftab Ali The government extended the lockdown till the 30th of April. This is a wise decision to help flatten the curve. The public transport inter-province and in-between provinces remains suspended.... Read more »

BJP Leader’s racist remarks against Muslims must be slammed

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia; One of the key leaders of the BJP ruling party in India, Subramanian Swamy, in a video interview, said that any country where Muslims are... Read more »