حکمران اور عوام ایک ہی راستے پر گامزن

نغمہ حبیب ہمارا معاشرہ اس وقت کس طرف جارہا ہے یہ ایک بہت بڑا سوال ہے جو ہم کے سامنے دھرا پڑا ہے ۔ ہم میں سے اکثریت اس دکھ میں مبتلا ء ہے اور اس پر اعتراضات اٹھاتا رہتا ہے لیکن ہر ایک دوسرے کو اس کا ذمہ دار سمجھتا ہے، کوئی نہ اپنی ذمہ داری محسوس کرتا ہے نہ پوری کرنے کی لیے تیار ہے ۔ اگر انہیں یہ احساس دلایا جائے تو اسے قبول کرنے کی بجائے الٹا چور کوتوال کو ڈانٹنے لگ جاتا ہے ۔ اگر ہم معاشرتی بے رہروی سے بات ش ...

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Plan B – Maulana Fazlur Rehman (FuR)

By Asif Haroon Raja FuR had become a political orphan and was in wilderness after July 2018 elections. He suddenly came in the limelight as a result of his million Azadi March which he launched in last week of October. His threats to stage a huge sit-in at Islamabad (Isbd) were not taken seriously by the government (govt) and agencies. In their assessment, he could at best gather few thousand supporters and ...

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Political Crisis: What do we need?

by Abdul Quayyum Khan Kundi In last few months it seems both opposition and government has been engaged in negative politics. Opposition is refusing to accept the mandate of the last election citing irregularities. Government on the other hand believes that Pakistan Tehreeke Insaf (PTI) the leading opposition party has been crying over spilt milk without any substantial evidence to validate their claims. To ...

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Pakistan: Irresponsible Statements of Religious Leaders

By Zaheerul Hassan On 10 November ISPR Spokesman Major General Asim Bajwa strongly condemned the irresponsible and misleading statements of Syed Munawar Hassan in a TV programme, declaring the dead terrorists like Hakimullah Mehsud and Baitullah Mehsud as shaheeds, whereas soldiers those who sacrificed their lives  fighting against terrorism are not shaheed. Similarly JUIF leader Fazlur Rehman stated that a ...

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Too many firsts

Asif Haroon Raja   The whole nation remained glued towards the elections and as May 11 neared, election fever heightened and so did variety of speculations and theories about election results. Political pundits remained divided about the winning party, some suggesting PML-N and others PTI as the victorious party. There was a tiny minority which kept insisting not to rule out PPP. Most suggested a close figh ...

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Upshot of May 11 elections

  Asif Haroon Raja Election fever which gripped the nation from April 21 subsided on May 11 after results were announced. Election results generated mixed feelings of joys and sorrows. The outright victors were overjoyed and celebrated their victory with heartiness. The losers mourned their loss and tried to lessen their grief by saying that elections were rigged and results manipulated. Partial victors rem ...

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Pakistan Election 2013 – An overview

By Zaheerul Hasaan According to the latest unofficial results, so far Nawaz Sharif led party ML (N) won 125 National Assembly seats; PPP party went from first to second position and won 32 seats. Whereas, PTI under the chairmanship of old cricket team captain Imran Khan emerged as third largest party after wining 31 National Assembly seats. To win a simple majority, a party or coalition would have to bag 13 ...

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Elections 2013: How to end terrorism

By Zaheerul Hassan According to South Asia Terrorism Portal, from January IST 2013 to April 21, 1536 individuals have been killed and 1263 sustained injuries as result of terrorism in Pakistan. However, in last eight days, 55 individuals killed and over 120 injured. Elections are being held just after few days on 11 May 2013.  But the visible elections campaign can only be seen in Punjab, whereas dreadfulne ...

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