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Sardar Khan Niazi During the hearings of Panamagate case in the Supreme Court, the prime minister’s counsel maintained that the evidence presented by petitioners thus far does not fulfill the requirements for the disqualification of the prime minister. Quoting Articles 62 and 63, Prime Minister Nawaz...

By Mohammad Jamil        Political parties are once again at loggerheads reminiscent of 1990s, yet their leaders vow that political leadership across the board will unite to defend it. But when would they know that the biggest enemy to democracy in the country is none else but the political leadership itself; and if this system collapses none else will be responsible...

Drone and the Law

June 22, 2017

The writer is a bilingual columnist and a Talk Show host. He can be reached at asifislu@hotmail.com By Asif Mehmood Collective punishment is illegal. Only the culprit must be punished and not the innocent civilian is an established law. It has no legal justification to kill 140 innocent people fear each terrorist. Under...

The writer is a bilingual columnist and a Talk Show host. He can be reached at asifislu@hotmail.com By...

As the Panama case proceedings go forward , there comes a crunch question to fore: Who will protect the JIT members in future from the snickering patricians...

The question is : should JIT visit Qatar to record the statement of prince reluctant to come to Pakistan and appear before the concerned authorities? I...

By Muhammad Ali Baig Why Kashmiri youth in particular and people in general are protesting over the illegal and unlawful Indian rule in the region of Jammu and Kashmir and are demanding independence and liberty? Why Indian Army Major Leetul Gogoi used Kashmiri youth as a ‘Human Shield’? Is Indian Army Chief Gen. Bipin Rawat unaware of the term ‘War Crimes’? India...

By Sahibzada M. Saeed Foreign policy of a state is the consequences of actions and reactions and generally, three factors are mainly considerable to judge a state’s perception regarding its foreign policy. First and foremost factor is relative power capabilities, while second factor is political culture of foreign policy behavior and last but not least is, situation...

A Massive Win

June 18, 2017

The writer is a bilingual columnist and a Talk Show host. He can be reached at asifislu@hotmail.com By...

By Mohammad Jamil        Sallust, Roman historian, one of the great Latin literary stylist and a great philosopher argued: “By union the smallest states thrive. By discord the greatest are destroyed.” Pakistan has all the ingredients like fertile land mass, four seasons, deep-sea ports and over and above all hard working people not only could make it thrive but...

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