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The democracy nightmare

At an urgent time like this, the tormentors of Pakistan could not have hoped for a more inept government running the country. Wasn't our democracy supposed to mature with time and start delivering for those who really needed it? In the last six ... The Nation Pakistan, 3 days ago
DAWN Group

$1.5 billion aid provided to Pakistan is without condition: NA told

Home » Islamabad By Islamabad: Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has categorically stated that a friendly country has given 1.5 billion dollars to Pakistan as a gift without any condition. Making a policy statement in the National Assembly Wednesday, ...
 Pakistan Press International3 weeks ago $1.5bn: people's right to know  DAWN Group1 week ago $1.5 billion Saudi 'gift': money to be spent on Lahore-Karachi motorway, power projects: Dar  Business Recorder3 weeks ago No conditions attached to $1.5 billion grant, says finance minister  DAWN Group3 weeks ago

Modi will bring trouble at home and abroad

The Hindu populist is liable to polarise the world's biggest democracy and unsettle Pakistan, writes Roger Boyes POPULIST politicians who promise that trains will run on time while talking tough to neighbouring countries and ethnic and racial ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 week ago
Daily Times

Pakistan wants friendly ties with neighbouring countries: Shahbaz

He said that there is a need to resolve all issues with India including Kashmir through a meaningful dialogue. He said that Pakistan and India will have to come out of the past and move forward. He was talking to Shuja Nawaz of a Washington-based ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago Shahbaz stresses resolving all issues with India through talks  Daily Times1 week ago N govt wants best ties with neighbours  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

PM reaffirms non-interference in Afghanistan

ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that Pakistan believes in the policy of non-interference, supports the democratic process in Afghanistan and that no one will be allowed to use Pak soil against Kabul. The prime minister made these ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago !  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Pakistan journalists protest attack on Raza Rumi  The Hindu2 weeks ago (NOT TO BE TELECAST, BROADCAST OR PUBLISHED BEFORE 23RDMARCH 2014)  Press Information Department Pakistan3 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Enhancing People-to-People and Parliamentary contacts to strengthen friendship between Pakistan and Argentine: National Assembly Speaker

(PPI-OT): Speaker National Assembly has said that Pakistan values its multi dimensional and decade old friendship with Argentine which has witnessed positive development over the years. He said that Pakistan strongly desires to further cement its ...
 Pakistan Press International1 week ago Withholding NDMA aims at resuming Pak-India talks  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Snakes and ladders in Pak-India talks  Pakistan Today1 month ago India must be thankful for small mercies  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Events At Stanford

Pakistan's democracy moves ahead

The democratic process came to a halt in Pakistan in October 1958 when the then Commander-in-Chief of the army declared martial law. The Constitution was abrogated and the politicians demonized. Ayub Khan then announced a new Constitution which he ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago T.V. Paul: The Warrior State: Pakistan in the Contemporary World  Events At Stanford2 weeks ago Pakistan Army, ISI causing tension in relations: Azad  Taaza.com1 month ago Pakistani Taliban want peace talks  Taaza.com1 month ago

Omens of a maelstrom?

THREE apparently unrelated developments point to a groundswell that could ultimately unhinge Pakistan from its democratic moorings. The three happenings are: the Taliban lobby's campaign to frighten the government into yielding to the extremists, ...
 Kashmir Times3 weeks ago

Is Pakistan for sale?

A doctor friend of mine made an interesting observation recently. According to him, the PPP wants to sell Pakistan while the PML-N wants to buy it. This begs the question of who will build it. The season of buying and selling has started again.
 Daily Times1 month ago
VOA News

Pakistan's Afghan burden

Afghan­istan sucks its friend­s in its confli­cts,destro­ys them and then very conven­iently blames them for everyt­hing too The writer is an Islamabad-based TV journalist and tweets @FarrukhKPitafi An oft-repeated question one often ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago Pakistan Closes Border to Boost Security for Afghan Vote  VOA News1 week ago Pakistan Rejects Afghan Allegations it Supports Militants Behind Pre-election Attacks  Afghanistan News Center2 weeks ago US Afghan Exit Strategy: Consequences For Pakistan Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago
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