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A leaf from history: PNA parties vie for power
DAWN Group

A leaf from history: PNA leaders wrangle over ministries

During his frank discussion with Pakistan National Alliance (PNA) chief Mufti Mahmood, General Ziaul Haq understood for the first time where he had gone wrong. Gen Zia reportedly told the PNA chief that the Alliance had cooperated with the military ... DAWN Group, 15 hours ago
DAWN Group

A leaf from history: Reclaiming Balochistan, peacefully

General Ziaul Haq knew about dynamics in Balochistan well — after all, his counsel as head of the army was sought by Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto when he began a military operation in the province. But after assuming power, Gen Zia wanted to ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

14,000 Fata youths to be inducted into army: COAS

PESHAWAR: Chief of the Army Staff Gen Raheel Sharif has announced a Fata youth package under which 14,000 youths from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas will be inducted into the army over five years. The army chief made the announcement ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Debatable quota

WHAT is common between the incumbent chief secretary Punjab, chairman NAB, just retired chairman Federal Public Service Commission and our ambassador in Paris? It is their military background. They entered the civil services through a separate ...
 DAWN Group1 day ago

Host of Khan's corner meeting is killer, claims PPP

Senior Minister for Education Nisar Ahmed Khohru Saturday blasted the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) leadership saying those have served dictators like Gen Ziaul Haq and Pervez Musharraf could never be the well-wishers of the masses. And that ...
 Pakistan Today1 day ago

Intercepted conversation led to probe against Raphel: report

NEW YORK: An intercepted conversation of a Pakistani official spurred the high-profile investigation of a veteran diplomat, according to a New York Times report. The report, citing unnamed officials, did not specify details of that conversation.
 DAWN Group1 day ago

PA demands protection of non-Muslim communities

KARACHI: The Sindh Assembly has demanded that the government provide protection to non-Muslim minority communities and those involved in excesses against them be arrested and punished to prevent forced conversions in future. The demand was made in ...
 DAWN Group4 days ago
DAWN Group

A test case for justice

Zohra Yusuf The horrifying case of the killing and burning of a young Christian couple, Shama and Sajjad, by a mob in a village in Kasur could become a test case for the government to demonstrate — for once — its commitment to the rule of law ...
 The Statesman5 days ago
DAWN Group

A leaf from history: A stroke of misfortune

After former director general of the Federal Security Force (FSF), Masood Mahmood, broke down and confessed to having committed the murder of Nawab Mahmood Ahmad Kasuri, the prosecution branch was asked to prepare a case for legal proceedings. An ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago
Times of India

Pakistan lobbyist Robin Raphel under lens for alleged spying

WASHINGTON: Robin Raphel, a former State Department official and lobbyist who tormented New Delhi in the 1990s with provocative remarks on Jammu & Kashmir's accession to India and was seen as a brazenly pro-Pakistan partisan in Washington, is under ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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