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21st Amend was needed to eliminate terrorism, says Fehmida Mirza
Daily Times

21st Amend was needed to eliminate terrorism, says Fehmida Mirza

ISLAMABAD: Former National Assembly speaker Fehmida Mirza said on Sunday that the 21st Constitutional Amendment, which was unanimously passed by parliament to ensure speedy trial of terrorism suspects, was need of the hour to eliminate the menace ... Daily Times, 2 months ago

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Daily Times, 2 months ago
DAWN Group

Conflict: Mustard fields and mortar shells

Thirteen years ago, in the border village of Jhumiyaan Gujraan situated near the Sialkot working boundary, Fehmida Kausar lost her husband to the unprovoked firing of India's Border Security Force (BSF). That night I not only lost my husband, I ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Buying loyalty: PPP spent Rs125b in unprecedented spending bonanza to curry favours and win votes. It failed.

Bulk of the spendi­ng was concen­trated in Punjab; most lawmak­ers who had big spendi­ng were not reelec­ted Through a review of government documents and background interviews, The Express Tribune has found the scale of the PPP's ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

Ex-confidante spills the beans on Zardari misrule

Last week, Zulfiqar Mirza, Pakistan People's Party (PPP)'s firebrand politician, had his membership of the Central Executive Committee suspended over a broadside at Co-Chairperson Asif Zardari. The action follows an interview Mirza gave ARY, a ...
 Times of Oman3 weeks ago

Pakistan People's Party: Is its leadership its own nemesis?

:44 The crisis in the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) has now reached its very peak, with a feud erupting between long-time friends and close allies, former minister Zulfiqar Mirza and the party's Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari. This struggle marks ...
 In Defence Of Marxist4 weeks ago

27 years on, gallantry medal winner awaits promised land from Maharashtra government

Retired ACP, who cracked twin blasts case of 2003, approaches HC as govt fails to allot him agricultural land Getting compensation, or even rightful allotments from the state, seems to be a Sisyphian task, not just for kin of war heroes ...
 DNA India1 month ago Retired ACP, who cracked twin blasts case of 2003, approaches Bombay High Court as Maharashtra government fails to allot him agricultural land  DNA India1 month ago

PPP: is the leadership its nemesis?

In a hard-hitting interview, Zulfiqar Mirza, the former home minister of Sindh and Zardari's close friend of 42 years lambasted Zardari and the current leadership for their corruption, lack of vision, abandonment of Bhutto's legacy and reducing the ...
 Daily Times1 month ago
The Express Tribune

MQM's return to Sindh govt not tied to Senate elections: Rehman Malik

Six member commit­tee to be formed to work on the detail­s of MQM return to Sindh govern­ment PPP leader Rehman Malik talking to media after a meeting between MQM and PPP leaders at Governor House in Karachi. EXPRESS NEWS SCREENGRAB ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

The verse of freedom

Much has been said about the literary and artistic revolution of Pakistan. Undoubtedly Pakistani writers, artists and musicians are now recognised globally for their work which engages with the world and brings forth perspectives which alter the ...
 The Friday Times1 month ago
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