Journalist in Sydney (Mujahid Barelvi.jpg) Mujahid Barelvi is a veteran journalist from Pakistan. He has a current, daily evening show, "Doosra Pehlu", for CNBC Pakistan. Mujahid was the first Pakistani journalist to enter Kabul in 1979, after ... Special Broadcasting Service, 2 days ago
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APROPOS Amir Rana's column (Aug 24), a few assertions and inferences drawn by him need objective viewing. Tahirul Qadri has certainly rejuvenated the Barelvis, rekindling in them a sense of political orientation, yet, dubbing him a proponent of ...DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago
The Hindu All Parties Hurriyat Conference chairman Umar Farooq during an interview with The Hindu at his residence in Srinagar on Thursday. Photo: Nissar Ahmad TOPICS All Parties Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq speaks to The ...The Hindu, 13 hours ago
The recent murder of Dr Mohammad Shakil Auj, the dean of Islamic Studies at the University of Karachi, is yet another atrocity in Pakistan's seemingly unending sectarian conflict. Apparently, Dr Auj, known for his liberal religious views, was ...Daily Times, 2 days ago
A Pakistani prison guard Mohammad Yousaf who had shot a man accused of blasphemy at the Adiala Jail told his friends that he received 'divine guidance' in his dreams and would put his life on stake for the sake of his religious beliefs. Yousaf ...NewKerala.com, 2 days ago Shooter of Ahmadi blasphemy convict says he had divine visitations Pakistan Today, 3 days ago Adiala shooter claimed divine visitations DAWN Group, 3 days ago
The dharnas (sit-ins) by the Pakistan Tehreeq-e-Insaaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) are continuing. With plenty of hype, both parties promised to bring one million followers each. This would surely have put a lot of pressure on the ...Daily Times, 4 days ago Qadri announces grand expansion of protests Pakistan Observer, 1 month ago Qadri announces countrywide sit-ins Daily Messenger, 1 month ago The riddle of Tahirul Qadri Kashmir Observer, 1 month ago
The media and our parliamentarians have bombarded us with stories about this script or that lately. Unfortunately, much of that talk serves as blinkers to stop us from seeing the larger picture. Amidst all the fuss about scripts that are either ...The Nation Pakistan, 5 days ago
By S. Ali M. Razavi RAWALPINDI, 23 Sept: Religious scholars condemned sectarian killings of both Shias and Sunnis in Karachi as well as Rawalpindi and called for investigations and punishments against inhuman terrorism, in the aftermath of a ...Daily Messenger, 1 week ago
'Kukum is Fine' by Zahida Hina written in the epistolary form is a fine story dealing with the theme of a young girl's concern for human sufferings for which she leaves her home-land to work in the war stricken-camp of Kabul where people are found ...Meri News, 1 week ago
'Islamist terror groups have never been challenged ideologically. As long as their ideology survives, like cancer, these groups will sprout somewhere else, says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). So finally after declaring that the United States had no strategy to deal with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, President Barack Obama has finally picked up the gauntlet and declared that the US along with its allies will 'disrupt, degrade and destroy' ISIS. It does seem that ISIS's days are numbered.Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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