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A tale of two Sharifs: Raheel spares Nawaz of his general prob...

When Raheel Sharif retires in November, he would be Pakistan's first army chief, appointed under Nawaz Sharif's prime ministership, to leave the coveted post on time in 25 years. The all-powerful general on January 25 clarified he would retire as ... Times of India, 3 days ago
Nawaz Sharif's general problems Times of India, 3 days ago
General Raheel's decision Business Recorder, 2 weeks ago
Pakistan Today

PIA — gross mishandling

Or a method in the madness? If the original plan was to shut down the national carrier and create a new airline on its debris, it went all wrong. Three dead bodies of the protesting PIA staff, certainly not part of the script, have thrown ...
 Pakistan Today4 days ago

Underage, rash driving goes unchecked

KASUR The patrolling police and traffic police have failed to control immature and untrained rickshaw drivers who are playing with the lives of citizens. The underage and unlicensed youngsters drive rickshaws recklessly and often run their ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Government cashes in on walkout opportunity

"I swear to the tears of Mian Nawaz Sharif that he shed in Attock Fort [when he was put behind the bars in 1999 following Musharraf's military coup], I swear to the sacrifices of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali and Shaheed Banazir Bhutto and a handcuffed ...
 Business Recorder2 weeks ago

The destruction of the Millat Party

After the failure of the two main stream political parties {PPP, PML(N)} in the nineties a need for change was widely felt. Two new entities emerged in the arena. Imran Khan launched his Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) and Sardar Farooq Ahmed Khan ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago

Brothers in arms?

Should­n't moral values have preven­ted Genera­l Kayani from allowi­ng his brothe­rs access to areas he influe­nced? The writer is a retired lieutenant colonel of the Pakistan Army and is currently pursuing PhD in civil-military relations ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Discord over CPEC & selfish motives

For Zardar­i and the Sharif­s, initia­ting the CPEC meant concen­tratin­g develo­pment in their home provin­ces The writer heads the independent Centre for Research and Security Studies, Islamabad and is author of Pakistan: Pivot of ...
 The Express Tribune4 weeks ago Discord over CPEC and selfish motives  4 Traders3 weeks ago

State of displacement

Over the years, Pakistani Christians have been forcibly displaced several times. Sometimes they are forced to move because of sporadic mob violence over allegations of blasphemy. Other times, they are displaced by state-sponsored polices. The latest ...
 The Friday Times1 month ago
DAWN Group

Top reads: Pakistani writers reveal which books they loved and loathed in 2015

As 2015 draws to a close, we asked a selection of writers what they read this year that inspired them, delighted them... and disappointed them. Mohammed Hanif THE book that I have been slow-reading through the year is Dada Amir Haider Khan's ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Darkness follows light...

For Mohammad Amir (left), Sunday's events may have felt like a starry dream. Would he have foreseen all this before the day began? Amir went to the national camp, severely crushed in spirit, volunteering to never step there if Mohammad Hafeez and ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
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