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Barcelona attack

August 20, 2017

ISIS has claimed responsibility of the Barcelona attack in which 14 people died and some 120 injured when terrorists run van over the pedestrians. Before this attack ISIS also claimed responsibilities of attacks in Nice, London, Brussels Berlin and Stockholm. In the latest attack terrorists did not use weapons...

“For New Delhi, the US designation is strategic and political. While Pakistan has been pushing hard to project ‘Indian atrocities’ in the Kashmir Valley, the latest designation of the Hizbul, and the earlier US declaration of Syed Salahuddin as a global terrorist (during Modi’s visit to the US) makes a political point at global level. It shows where the White House...

Stop mocking Islam

August 18, 2017

Mocking the religion is now quite an observable fact in the present world. It seems as if the new world that has been created by the seculars has little to no room for other religions specifically for Islam. It isn’t only the Muslims themselves but the recent increase in anti Muslim attacks that speak for the innocence of the Muslims. Such moral and physical attacks...

Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and all over the world observed the Indian Independence Day on August 15 as Black Day to convey the message to the international community that India continues to deny them their inalienable right to self-determination. Complete shutdown was marked on the call of joint resistance leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz...

A historic democracy

August 16, 2017

Pakistani politics is no lesser than a tragic movie. It seems as if the entire future of the country rests with the two protagonists of this story. As Nawaz sharif has marched towards his homeland seeking the support of his people against the July 28 verdict, Imran Khan is in no way leaving an opportunity to rally for the ouster of the former PM. This kind of democracy...

For the Independence Day celebrations people have for a moment forgotten the entire turbulence the country has been going through from last few years. Our Independence Day is much more than mere celebrations. The Pakistani nation is aware of the struggle and sacrifices of our forefathers in making this homeland a reality. It was no mean probable to attain Independence...

This independence day in a letter to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, the Chairman Senate said that during democratic governments, flag hoisting was done in the parliamentary premises to depict that this state was exercising its powers and authority through its chosen representatives. Whereas, dictators made attempts to filch the mandate of the people by taking the ceremony...

Ambassador of humanity

August 11, 2017

Pakistan’s magic leprosy healer and founder of the National Leprosy Control Programme in Pakistan, Dr Ruth Pfau passed away early Thursday morning at the age of 87 in Karachi. She had been admitted to the ICU of a private hospital after her health deteriorated earlier. Dr. Pfau had been living in Pakistan since 1960 and came to the country at the age of 29. She had dedicated...

Lahore truck blast

August 10, 2017

The truck bomb blast in Lahore on Monday night that claimed a life and injured over 45 people appears to be a result of criminal negligence. According to details, the explosives-laden truck was carrying fruit and some eye witnessed disclosed that the truck was parked at the same place from last three days. It seems sheer negligence. Particularly after looking at the fact...

Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif held meetings with other senior leaders of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz to discuss preparations for his GT Road caravan. Nawaz Sharif is all set today to leave for Lahore via GT road, the act many believe is aimed at showing political power. According to reports, law enforcing agencies have prepared foolproof security for the caravan...

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