Pakistan

Journey Towards Allah

Journey Towards Allah

Reviewed by Sajjad Shaukat Renowned poet Alexander writes, “What oft was thought, but ne’er so well express’d…Expression is the Dress of Thought.” In this respect, in his book, “Journey Towards Allah”, which is in fact a travelogue, Dr. Asif Mahmood Jah, while performing his own Hajj rituals, expresses his personal …

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National Action Plan & Madaris Reforms

National Action Plan & Madaris Reforms

By Sajjad Shaukat The National Action Plan (NAP) is essential part of Pakistan’s war against terrorism, as it has co-relationship with the military operation Zarb-i-Azb against the militants, including other related-issues like Madaris (Religious seminaries) which need registration and reforms. In this regard, a high level security meeting was held at …

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Misperceiving Two Nation Theory

Written by Sajjad Shaukat Drought in Tharparkar in Sindh, which was going on for the last three years, has been worsened recently to a dangerous level, raising the death toll of starving children. It has adequately exposed the real worth of the rulers, uncovering their verbal assertions to reach the …

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Do Not Distort the Image of Security Forces

by Sajjad Shaukat New debate has started in our media, after the statement of Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani who said on November 5 that no individual or institution has the monopoly to decide what is right or wrong in defining the ultimate national interest, adding that …

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Why Fragile Democracy in Pakistan?

by Sajjad Shaukat Democracy which has displayed its success in the west has proved the fragile form of government in Pakistan. Therefore, it is generally said that “any instrument can be misused.” Although various mal-practices such as horse-trading, nepotism, bribery, illegal obligation etc. are very common in Pakistan’s politics, yet …

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Misguiding the Baloch People

by Sajjad Shaukat After taking cognisance of the general pardon announced by the Pakistan government for the Baloch separatist leaders, and favaourable hearings of the Supreme Court of Pakistan about the missing persons of the province of Balochistan, holding Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Military Intelligence (MI) and Frontier Corps (FC) responsible …

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Pakistan made world’s largest human flag

Notably, Pakistan has made a record of holding and making 13 records in the shortest period. In this regard on October 22, 2012 Pakistan made two records by preparing the largest national flag and biggest picture of the world in Lahore on Monday. More than twenty four thousand persons made …

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Malala Injured–Shame on Foreign Sponsored Taliban

by Lt Col Zaheerul Hassan (R)  The National Peace Award winner, Malala Yousafzai, who was attacked in Swat, is currently under treatment in CMH Peshawar. Later, Malala were taken to Peshawar via helicopter and admitted in CMH Peshawar. It is important to mention that Malala had been receiving threats to …

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Sindh, Sailab Aur Zindgy (Sindh, Flood and Life)

Reviewed by Sajjad Shaukat Dr Asif Mahmood Jah is a man of immense courage, perseverance and determination and has authored his new book, “Sindh, Sailab Aur Zindgy,” giving in detail the real story of the sinking cities and the towns of Sindh, (Pakistan) inundated by water which rendered millions of …

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Connections of Baloch Leader Akhtar Mengal

by Sajjad Shaukat After passing years of self-imposed exile in London, President of the Balochistan National Party (BNA), Sardar Akhtar Jan Mengal who returned to Pakistan has external and internal connections with the anti-state elements of the country. During the hearing in the Supreme Court of Pakistan in relation to …

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