When it eventually happened, it wasn't too astonishing a development: Chief Martial Law Administrator (CMLA) General Ziaul Haq was now the new president of Pakistan, replacing the outgoing Chaudhary Fazal Illahi of the PPP. This move had been ... DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago
Gen Zia appoints Gen Zia as president - DAWN Group, 3 weeks ago
A leaf from history: PNA parties vie for power - DAWN Group, 1 month ago
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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, 4 weeks ago
SAARC began as a childish prank to corner the big boy in the neighbourhood. Gen Ziaur Rahman who conceived it and Gen Hossein Mohammed Ershad who hosted the first meeting in Dhaka both bore a baffling grudge against India. We were all allergic to ...DAWN Group, 3 weeks ago
Dawn Publication Date : 27-11-2014 Retired Gen Pervez Musharraf's flawed opinion of democracy that he expressed during an interview with the BBC is certainly not without precedence. Other Pakistani military rulers before him, especially ...Asia News Network, 3 weeks ago Simply democracy DAWN Group, 3 weeks ago
The break in the hearing of appeals against the Lahore High Court (LHC) verdict filed by appellants Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and four others went on for three weeks owing to the absence of the chief justice (CJ). The hearings, which initially began on ...DAWN Group, 1 week ago
When General Ziaul Haq decided to get himself nominated for the President's position that was being vacated by Chaudhary Fazal Illahi after his retirement on Sept 15, 1978, many of his colleagues expressed their reservations. One of them made a ...DAWN Group, 1 week ago Junta matters: why Zia wanted to rule as president DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago
KARACHI: The provincial assembly on Tuesday warned the federal government against provincial autonomy rollback by delaying implementation of the 18th amendment to the Constitution that the house said would have serious consequences for the ...DAWN Group, 1 week ago
LONG before Monday's fracas in Faisalabad, it ought to have been clear to all and sundry that little good was likely to flow from Plan C of Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), and the party chief's earlier implication that there are a lot ...DAWN Group, 1 week ago In the twilight zone Arab News, 1 week ago
ISLAMIC tradition advises Islam's followers to travel to China to seek knowledge. India's Hindus, particularly the ones combating the Hindutva juggernaut that seeks to turn the country into a theocratic state, need not go that far. They could arm ...DAWN Group, 1 week ago
Speakers talked about Dr Tauseef Ahmed Khan's recent book. Shaikh said that while the pen is mightier than the sword, the book narrates a different story. STOCK IMAGE KARACHI: A free press may be biased or unbiased ...The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago
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