Malik Riaz offered Privileges beyond constitutional jurisdiction

Rehman Malik, the Interior Minister uses the offices and facilities of Malik Riaz for his private business. Apparently his official duties allow him enough time to pursue business scams in various fields, in some of which Malik Riaz and the Minister have common interests. When Rehman Malik shifted to Islamabad from his London exile, Malik . . . → Read More: Malik Riaz offered Privileges beyond constitutional jurisdiction

The World Observes Brain Tumor Day Today

The World Brain Tumor Day is observed on June 8 across the world with the aim to get the awareness of the public for this quite unknown disease.

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Anti Narcotics Force nabs Ex DG Health in Ephedrine Case

The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) arrested a former director-general health on Friday for illegally allotting the quota of ephedrine for local use which was meant for exporting.

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Donating tax money to a Shrine on a personal visit- Zardari’s antics hit an all time low

The million dollars mystery about President Asif Zardari’s one million dollars (Rs.91 million) large hearted donation to Dargah Ajmer Sharif in India in April this year stands officially resolved. The documents unveiled on the occasion of 2012-13 federal budget presentation on June 01, 2012 confirm that President Zardari’s unprecedented donation to Dargah Ajmer . . . → Read More: Donating tax money to a Shrine on a personal visit- Zardari’s antics hit an all time low

Where is diplomacy going?

Need for introspect on both sides

Strange are the roles within statecraft these days. Especially when it comes to the global juggernaut that is the US. Its top soldiers aren’t quite the tank generals of the Second World War, focussed only on winning individual battles and nothing else. They are soldier-statesmen. Former Military Chief Petraeus . . . → Read More: Where is diplomacy going?

Violence in Karachi has taken 740 lives: HRCP

Ethnic, sectarian and politically-linked violence in Pakistan’s financial capital Karachi has killed at least 740 people so far this year, a human rights organisation said Tuesday.

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Kudos to India for Discovering Sea Life on the Moon!

16 dead, 40 injured in madrassa in Quetta

Sixteen persons were killed and forty injured in bomb blast in Madrassa on Sariab road imparting religious education. The bomb was planted on a bicycle and was exploded with remote control. The incident took place today Thursday at midday.

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PAC finds lack of coherent policy of awarding land to military officials, civil bureaucrats

The Public Accounts Committee of the National Assembly which met here on Thursday took notice of multiple residential plots being allotted to military generals, judges and top civil bureaucrats without a comprehensive policy and clear rules and guidelines.

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