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Miseries of common man

January 27, 2015

Courtesy to the flaws in our political system, usually elites become successful to reach into the corridors of parliament. Due to their rich background, politicians keep focusing on the issues that suit them most and problems faced by the common people are considered not worthy to discuss. Not only the lawmakers...

Look China policy

January 26, 2015

Once again our media has given extraordinary coverage to the visit of US President to India and less to the very vital strategic visit of our COAS to China. Media was more concerned to tell the masses that what dishes were served to Obama, who made tea for him and what sort of traditional wear ‘sarries’ to be presented to his wife Michelle. In reality, if Obama goes...

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama on Sunday announced they had reached an agreement to break the deadlock that has been stalling a bilateral civilian nuclear power agreement. US had agreed to withdraw its ‘highly intrusive’ demand for tracking of nuclear material as Obama used his executive powers to waive off this condition imposed...

Confusion all around

January 25, 2015

Foreign office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam stated that Pakistan has taken the immediate action to ban the UN proscribed outfits including Jamat-ud Dawah (JuD) that resulted in freezing its assets and bank accounts. Foreign travel restrictions were also imposed on the leaders of the banned outfit. This was given extraordinary importance in the international media and particularly...

Death toll in Thaparkar escalated to 325 in 113 days as five more children died of famine. The inefficient supply of aid wheat, medicines and blankets has added to the problems of the affected people. Local administration is not paying the heed to the deteriorating situation of region whereas government’s tall claims remained unfulfilled. Tharparkar is spread over 22,000...

Mission World Cup

January 22, 2015

Pakistan cricket team has reached New Zealand to start their World Cup 2015 campaign. Before the mega event Pakistan would play two one day matches against Zew Zeeland. 15-man squad of Pakistan includes two specialist openers, five fast bowlers, and three all-rounders and five specialist batsmen. After the setback of hamstring injury of fast bowler Junaid Khan, all-rounder...

This is to serve a humble reminder to the ruling coterie that Petrol is not the only thing that has eviscerated the social life; the situation is more alarming. If the successive governments had done timely planning to meet the supply and demand of gas, our country would not have been going through the current gas crisis. The continuous gas crisis in various cities of...

As 2015 knocks at our door, we are witnessing the humanity is entering in an era, that can hardly be termed a peaceful. Few steps must be taken to ensure peace, harmony, and stability among the nation states. 1-            All religions and the sentiments must be honored and protected throughout the world as a common heritage of humankind. 2-           ...

Charlie Hebdo’s last edition seen by millions around the world and worth seeing as the issue was under the spotlight for publishing the depreciatory religious content to humiliate Muslim community around the world which has started rigorous debate against dominant two-way agenda of western towards Islam and Muslims. The values of champions of liberalism, sophisticated...

Gun along with pen

January 15, 2015

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to allow employees of all educational institutions, including teachers, to carry licensed arms on the premises to respond in case of a terrorist attack. Provincial Information Minister Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani disclosed that the provincial cabinet has decided to allow teachers and other staff members to keep their licensed weapons...

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