Pakistan Political Crisis: who lost and who won ?

By Zaheerul Hassan Prevailing political stalemate in the country with agitators of both Pakistan Tehrik-e- Insaaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehrik (PAT) observing sit-in at capital city of Islamabad, blocking sensitive Red Zone and threatening vital Govt buildings, have negatively impacted the entire nation causing fretful anxiety for all segments of society. In fact, politicians have failed to resolve ongoi ...

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Political Immaturity can Damage National Interest

By Zaheerul Hassan  During war on terror Pakistan paid heavy price in the shape of life losses and finances in addition to the sponsored militancy of hostile agencies   against the country and its security forces.  The security environment all over the country is still not conducive due to the involvement of covert hands. Since 9/11, more than 50000 individuals have been either killed or dislocated as resul ...

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Just for Fame and Prominence

ALI SUKHANVER Fame and prominence are very natural type of desires. Living and dying in this world without any recognition and without being acknowledged is something very difficult and very unnatural. Different people adopt different ways and manners to satisfy their desire of fame and recognition. Some take the sword of knowledge in their hands and some opt for the service of suffering humanity but some u ...

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Status quo lovers are hollering

Asif Haroon Raja Sudden arrival of Chairman Minhajul Quran, Dr Tahirul Qadri in Pakistan and holding a mammoth public meeting at Minar-e-Pakistan on 23 December has puzzled the thinking minds and set the tongues wagging about his stated and hidden motives. It is being asked whether he has come of his own accord driven by pristine thoughts or has been launched with an agenda. Some say he has been motivated b ...

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