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Crucial mistakes

February 27, 2015

Cricket pundits are usually of the view that West Indies cannot play spin bowling well, the theory was proved right by Imran Tahir, the leg spinner of Pakistani origin who plays from South Africa took five crucial wickets against the West Indies paving the way for massive win for South Africa. It seems that...

Strength the institutions

February 26, 2015

After the dismal performance of Pakistan cricket team in the world cup former cricket stars and public are bashing the cricket team. You cannot put the steps right until you are able to know the root causes of the decline of cricket in our country. Legendary cricketer and Pakistan’s world cup winning team captain Imran Khan has been criticizing the structure of domestic...

The Verdict Awaited

February 25, 2015

A three-judge bench headed by Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali referred a set of challenges to the 18th and the 21st amendments to Chief Justice Nasirul Mulk to be considered by a 17-judge full-court. When constituted, the larger bench of the Supreme Court will jointly hear and decide petitions challenging the appointment procedure of judges of superior courts and the establishment...

Violation of article 62?

February 24, 2015

  Ahead of the Senate elections, heads of various political parties accused each other of horse-trading as members of few political parties vote to the members of other political parties. The issue is of such severe nature that the Prime Minister had to take action to put a full stop on the horse-trading. Nawaz Sharif on Monday expressed his deep concern over the...

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Sunday surprised many by taking off a flight to Karachi with only two passengers aboard, thus causing huge loss to the airline. PIA’s special flight PK-7313 arrived at the Karachi airport from Jeddah, with only two passengers on-board, despite a capacity of 220 passengers. Although a special flight is only operated, when the required...

Parliamentary Boards of major political parties after conducting interviews of the intending candidates have finalized the list of candidates to contest the Senate election. Different political parties are also contacting other parties for seat adjustments. Heads of various political parties accused each other of horse-trading as members of few political parties vote to...

Pakistan takes on West Indies in the early hours of Saturday Morning against perhaps the only team in greater disorder than ours. Both teams are under massive pressure after losing their opening matches. A win in this game will prove to be a huge morale boost to the winning side. However, the losing team will find itself even further down in the deep, dark trench, with...

A mobile phone manufacturing company’s newly launched cell phone advertisement on media, particularly on electronic media is highly objectionable. In the said advertisement a girl says’ the sexiest and slimmest phone in the world’. According to the Code of Conduct by PEMRA, any advertisement aired shall be designed in such a manner that it conforms to the laws of...

These are the trying times was fully evident when Prime Minister, COAS and DG ISI met in Karachi on Monday and highlighted the importance of peaceful Karachi to combat terrorism. Prime Minister Nawaz Shareef met the COAS, Director General Inter-Services Intelligence Lieutenant General Rizwan Akhtar, and Corps Commander Lieutenant General Navid Mukthar, to deliberate upon...

Pakistan extended its losing record to India in World Cup to a pitiful 0-6. India are the reigning champions and proved to be a superior team on Sunday.  Few critical blunders were made in the selection of the final eleven, Younis Khan opened the innings just for the third time in his entire career. We dropped the genuine wicket keeper Sarfraz Ahmed for the makeshift...

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