uch has been written about Pakistan's longest serving ruler, General Zia ul Haq, whose death anniversary passed almost unnoticed in the country a few weeks ago. But the comment that has appeared has not thrown adequate light on why one of the ... The Sunday Guardian, 2 days ago
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By Salahuddin Haider Karachi, Pakistan The Pakistan army, becoming voluntarily apolitical after General Zia ul Haq's death in the 1988 plane crash, is back in the game, though in a different role of backstage actor, more appropriately as ...Pakistan Link, 2 weeks ago Book Review | Fighting to the End: The Pakistan Army's Way of War Livemint.com, 1 month ago
Historically, the Pak-Afghan relations have often seen fluctuations, especially in the last three decades. During the Zia era, President Dauod and General Zia ul Haq reached a consensus to 'freeze' all the unresolved issues between the two ...Daily Outlook, 2 weeks ago
The only consensus seems to be that something is rotten in the state of Pakistan. The general diagnosis is that the problem lies in the nature of democracy here. When Hamlet grappled with his existential crisis, it was Yorick's skull that reminded ...DAWN Group, 5 days ago
KANSAS CITY: In a small American town, Pakistan's top military generals are making headlines for receiving International Hall of Fame Awards at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas City. Four former Pakistani four-star generals left behind all the military ...The Gulf Today, 1 month ago
Why has the army found it convenient to use Khan and Qadri against Sharif? The Pakistan army finally decided to step into the country's ongoing crisis last week, after a fortnight of agitation and seven rounds of fruitless negotiation between Nawaz ...Indian Express, 3 days ago Will Pak PM Nawaz Sharif again be a victim of a coup? India TV, 2 weeks ago Pakistan prime minister's residence stormed Irish Times, 2 weeks ago Pakistan's Army Steps In as Politicians Continue to Squabble Time, 2 weeks ago
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Pakistan is haunted by a hydra-headed monster whose aim is to exterminate the process of democratic evolution and renewal in the country. The outer manifestation is the occupation-Wall-Street-style agitation by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI), ...The Echo Of India, 2 days ago Pushing Pakistan off the precipice Millennium Post, 1 week ago
ISLAMABAD - At Constitution Avenue, Friday was the day of criticism for the judiciary as Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan lashed out at the judiciary for, what he said, its failure to give justice to his party and law was being used ...The Nation Pakistan, 3 days ago
This article looks at the situation in Pakistan, and describes on the one hand the effects of decades of rule by an inept and corrupt ruling class that has proven incapable of developing the country and on the other, highlights the immense work done ...In Defence Of Marxist, 1 hour ago Military and government Pakistan Today, 11 hours ago What has happened is a soft coup in Pakistan Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 5 days ago Pakistan in siege Nagaland Post, 1 week ago
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Though separated by geography, Pakistan and Nepal enjoy cordial bilateral relations. Both Nepal and Pakistan are India's immediate neighbors and relations between them are of significance to India vis-a-vis security of the country. Since last 35 ...Meri News, 5 days ago Pakistan, Obsessed Over India, Risks Anarchy Epoch Times, 2 weeks ago Obsessed With India, Pakistan Risks Anarchy Huffington Post, 3 weeks ago Snafu Station Outlook India, 3 weeks ago
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