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Saying goodbye to ideological politics
The Nation Pakistan

Saying goodbye to ideological politics

LAHORE - The Punjab PPP President Mian Manzoor Ahmed Wattoo belongs to Okara district and on Wednesday almost all important party leaders from that district, some of them former ministers, bade farewell to the party and joined the Pakistan ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 day ago
The Nation Pakistan

Nawaz under pressure to shun Musharraf cronies

ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is under pressure from his loyalists to kick out the fair-weather friends who joined Pervez Musharraf's government when the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) was ousted in 1999. Those who joined Musharraf ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago

Partly Facetious: The list of Musharrafites is growing

June 09, 2015 "So Haroon Akhtar Khan is what?" "I don't think his appointment was in aid of strengthening the Musharraf gang in the cabinet." "But the list of Musharrafites in the Cabinet is growing - Zahid Hamid, the no longer so ...
 Business Recorder3 weeks ago

Partly Facetious: The three musketeers

May 22, 2015 "I don't understand why? I mean why Mian sahib?" "Why Mian sahib? Because he won the elections fair and square and if you have any doubts please contact the three stooges Anousha Rehman, Danyal Aziz and Pervez Rashid." "They ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago

Sharif-Musharraf exile agreement sought

ISLAMABAD: PML-led by Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain moved an application in Islamabad High Court (IHC) requesting the prime minister to submit documents related to the exile agreement with the Musharraf regime. Following preliminary hearing, Justice ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Gone but not forgotten: Senate honours May 12 victims

House demand­s case should be regist­ered agains­t Gen (retd) Pervez Mushar­raf for failur­e to contro­l violen­ce Pakistan Senate. PHOTO: AFP ISLAMABAD: The Senate on Tuesday paid tribute those that lost their lives eight years ago ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

Signal-Free Expressway to the Kingdom?

If the argume­nt is for establ­ishing the Kingdo­m of Mian Sahib, the Younge­r, then go ahead and make the argume­nt The writer is a Lahore-based lawyer. The views expressed by the author are his own [emailprotected] Public and ...
 The Express Tribune2 months ago
DAWN Group

Who will save Nawaz?

When the chants of Go Nawaz Go echoed all over the country, it was Mard-e-Hur Asif Zardari who bailed him out. Now that Zardari is in trouble Mian Sahib has ducked. This time around Nawaz will have to go as Operation Clean-up is poised to cleanse ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 days ago Zardari the gunslinger  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Beyond Zardari, before Zardari  DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Pakistan's Economic Disarray and How to Fix It

Although Pakistan's economic freedom has advanced modestly in recent years, led by upticks in investment freedom, monetary freedom, and trade freedom, these gains have been largely counterbalanced by deteriorations in labor freedom and business ...
 Noodls3 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

Altaf: Facing new problems

LAHORE - The allegation aired through a BBC report on Wednesday that the MQM has been receiving money and its workers training from India has added to the problems of its chief Altaf Hussain, who has been living in self-imposed exile in London since ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago
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