From the Brink

By Admiral Afzal Tahir I claim political neutrality and ask you to consider this. The political developments in Pakistan over the last two years cast a profound impact on the recent developments in our region. Change of political government post 2018 elections must be considered a godsend. Pakistan had been continuously losing diplomatic ground over the ten-year period of PPP and PMLN governments. All the c ...

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پی آئی اے۔۔۔ اُن کو بھی نہ چھوڑا جائے جنہوں نے غلط بھرتیاں کیں

نغمہ حبیب پی آئی اے کے پاس بتیس جہاز ہیں اور آٹھ سو باسٹھ پائلٹس ہیں کیوں اس کا جواب اگر عوام کو دیا جائے تو بہتر ہو گا میرے خیال میں لاکھوں میں تنخواہ لینے والے ان پائلٹس کو روزگار فراہم کیا گیا تھا یہ اور بات ہے کہ یہ ادارہ مسلسل خسارے کا شکار رہا۔اب ذرا پی آئی اے کے ماضی کی طرف جائیں تو معلوم ہوتا ہے کہ یہی ادارہ ملکی وقار اور عزت کا باعث تھا اسی ادارے نے آج کی کئی کامیاب ائیر لائنز کی بنیاد ڈالی یا اُسے ...

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Avoid Controversy over 18th Amendment & COVID-19

By Sajjad Shaukat While coronavirus pandemic, also known as COVID-19 is rapidly spreading in Pakistan, some political entities are creating obstacles by creating controversy over 18th Amendment. Regrettably, they are doing politics over this sensitive issue. In this regard, on April 28, this year, the leader of the opposition parties, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, president PML-N Shahbaz Sharif and J ...

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What Ails Pakistan’s Economy – Way forward

By Asif Haroon Raja Pakistan economy has most of the time been at the brink of collapse and was repeatedly bailed out by world financial institutions. Whenever the economy showed signs of progress and climbed up to reach the stage of take-off, it crashed mysteriously. Our economic managers had to make a fresh start from a scratch. They have been playing snake and ladder game and never bothered to carry out ...

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Locked up Kashmir, its ramifications

By Asif Haroon Raja Kashmir - bone of contention Antagonism between India and Pakistan is a never ending phenomenon mainly due to unresolved Kashmir dispute. It is the unfinished agenda of partition in 1947 left behind by the British. After three wars, the two archrivals have so far refrained from going for the 4th round due to nuclear deterrence acquired by Pakistan. While India succeeded in gaining time t ...

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Repercussions of Azadi March

By Sajjad Shaukat JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman announced to end two-week-long protest of Azadi March (Freedom March) sit-in in Islamabad on November 13, this year. Addressing the Azadi March protesters, Fazlur Rehman said that ‘Plan B’ will now be implemented with full force, as the scale of the protest will now be extended across the country by blocking highways and major thoroughfares. Implementing ‘ ...

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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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Foreign Powers Behind the Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement

By Sajjad Shaukat Three people were killed and five soldiers injured in a clash between security forces and Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) protesters on May 26, this year in North Waziristan. In this regard army’s media wing DG of Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major-General Asif Ghafoor said: “a group led by Mohsin Javed and Ali Wazir, assaulted Kharqamar check post, Boyya, North Waziristan tribal ...

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