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Pakistan achieved nuclear power in 1984, had planned nuclear test then: Abdul Qadeer Khan

Pakistan had achieved nuclear capability in 1984: Abdul Qadeer...

Pakistan's Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan said General Zia ul Haq¬†opposed nuclear testing as he believed that the world would intervene militarily. Zee News, 4 weeks ago

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HC gives bail to juvenile in Kunda case

The high court on Monday granted bail to a juvenile, Yogendra Kumar alias Bablu, in Kunda DSP Zia-ul-Haq murder case.
 Times of India2 months ago
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Pakistan and the sectarian morass: We need strict laws against religious hatred and their foolproof implementation

Yuval Harari in his book Sapiens quotes a social fact that in the course of human society make-up, not more than 150 people could assemble under the leadership of an individual. Thus it was challenging during the earlier stages of human society, as ...
 The Nation Pakistan5 hours ago

'Faiz was devastated by the aftermath of Partition'

'The original dream of people like Faiz was that Pakistan would be something different from the old India: Progressive, forward looking, democratic (if not socialist), tolerant, diverse and pluralistic.''I don't think anyone foresaw the catastrophe that Partition was to become.' IMAGE: Faiz Ahmed Faiz's biography, penned by his grandson, delves into his heart and soul. Photograph: Kind courtesy Radio Pakistan/   It is difficult to explain what Faiz Ahmed Faiz means to the ...
 Rediff.com21 hours ago

'If he moved to India, he could never return to Pakistan'

'The biggest advantage for India was its seasoned and experienced political leadership who had spent decades struggling against the Raj and had spent years behind bars.'Not a single prominent leader of the Muslim League spent one day in jail.''Gandhiji, Nehru and Sardar Patel were intelligent, shrewd men with their hands on the popular pulse.' IMAGE: Faiz Ahmed Faiz's later years were marked by constant police surveillance and arrests, none of which affected his poetry. Photograph: Kind ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago India, Pakistan were poised to sign peace treaty, but US played spoiler  Prokerala1 month ago 'India, Pakistan were poised to sign peace treaty, but US played spoiler'  Business Standard1 month ago

Pakistan's moderate Muslims must question constitutional amendments that encourage extremism, intolerance

Moderate Muslims in Pakistan and elsewhere in the world must have the courage to question the establishment and the existing legal framework on how encouragement has been given to those who support both extremism and intolerance across the country. In an ...
 Sify5 days ago

Pak's National Action Plan as counter-productive as blasphemy law?

The recent incidents including the sentencing of 81-year-old optician Abdul Shukoor, under Pakistan's anti-blasphemy law for possession of innocuous Ahmadi literature clearly shows that that governments National Action Plan (NAP) which was passed following ...
 Sify1 week ago

Defence experts criticize A.Q. Khan's sabre rattling, say India much more capable

Retorting to Dr. A.Q. Khan's comment that Pakistan could have 'targeted' Delhi in five minutes, Indian defence experts on Monday rubbishing the statement and said that India can give a befitting reply. Defence expert Rameshwar Rai dubbed Khan's statement as ...
 Sify1 month ago 'Nuclear-armed Pak can target Delhi in 5 minutes'  Rediff.com1 month ago Nuclear-armed Pak can 'target' Delhi in 5 minutes: A Q Khan  Deccan Herald1 month ago

This is the Pakistan of Zias dreams, not Jinnahs: author Mobarak Haider

Eminent Pakistani author Mobarak Haiders book Taliban: The Tip of a Holy Iceberg, is the subject of much discussion in the Pakistani media these days. The Urdu version of the book, Tehzeebi Nargisyat is widely regarded as a beacon of critical thinking in Urdu ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

How Panama Papers exposed vulnerability of Pakistans nukes

An important, though indirect, certainly inadvertent, consequence of the Panama Papers revelations on possible high-level corruption in Pakistan are fresh questions on the safety and security of that countrys strategic assets-nuclear weapons and nuclear ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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