Is Human Perfection Not Imperfect And Corrupt Minus Rule Of Law?

By Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch First is to decide-make a decision, come to a decision, make your mind up, resolve; end something clearly, ‘to bring something to an end in a definite or obvious way’ and analysis independently, ‘whether human perfection is not imperfect and corrupt minus ‘Rule Of Law’ or What is imperfect and corrupt human minus of ‘Rule Of Law’? Human nature of people; relating to, ...

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Cost of politically expedient procrastination

By Yasmeen Ali A red nose for the government The country was in lockdown. Roads jammed, shops closed in many areas, schools announced closed for two days, in Islamabad crackdown one policeman was martyred and 37 reportedly injured in clashes. Different key areas in different parts of Pakistan have been hit by protestors resulting in blockades. In early October 2017, government literally bulldozed the Amende ...

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Kashmir-A Valley of Distress

By Ali Sukhanver Under the Hague Convention: Article 23 of the Regulations Respecting the Laws and Customs of War on Land adopted by the First Hague Conference especially prohibited employing "poison and poisoned arms." The Chemical Weapons Convention 1993 also put a ban on the production, stockpiling and use of chemical weapons and their precursors. International law too prohibited the use of chemical weap ...

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Faizabad Sit In – A Neutral Perspective

As the Faizabad sit in seems to be nearing an end, it leaves many questions in its wake. The chequered history of Pakistan has witnessed yet another event where its rulers were almost overtaken by events and took the corrective action only at an eleventh hour. From a neutral perspective, following questions come to the mind. Who were the powerful individuals in the inner circle of PML (N) Govt who initiated ...

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Don’t Target the Key Institutions to Divert Attention from ‘Corruption’

By Sajjad Shaukat It is misfortune of the country that since July 28, 2017 when five-member larger bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan announced its verdict in connection with the Panama Papers case and disqualified the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in relation to the charges of ‘corruption’, the deposed prime minister and head of the Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), his daughter Maryam Nawaz, some ministers a ...

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Balochistan-Hub of International Conspiracy

Sajjad Shaukat When during the Musharraf regime, with the Chinese assistance, Pakistan initiated the construction of Gwadar deep-seaport in the Balochistan province in March 2002; sirens went off in the capitals of foreign countries, especially the US, India and Israel who took it as a threat to their global and regional plans. Balochistan’s ideal strategic location, its abundant mineral resources like gas, ...

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Revisited Mumbai Attacks

By Sajjad Shaukat On November 26, 2008, several persons were killed in the simultaneous terror attacks in Mumbai. Without any investigation, Indian high officials and media had started blaming Pakistan. Mumbai attack was just another false flag operation of Indian establishment to gain sympathies of world community and defame Pakistan in the comity of nations. The whole drama was staged to put blame Pakista ...

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Refocus on Salala Attack

By Sajjad Shaukat On 26th of November 2011, the US-led NATO forces attacked two Pakistani check-posts on Pak-Afghan border and martyred 24 Pakistani military personnel indiscriminately. In this regard, two American Apache helicopters and two F-15 Eagle fighter jets targeted the two Pakistani posts, Boulder and Volcano, situated at Salala in the Baizai tehsil of Mohmand Agency. The airstrike was carried out ...

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