By Zoon Ahmad Khan
Punjab’s problems are not only escalating (vertically), but also very visibly expanding (horizontally). The unscheduled load shedding, Energy Crisis, and the Doctor’s strike. The perceived culprits in Punjab’s suffering vary from the federal government, the provincial, or corruption and the jealous peripheries, influenced for the most part by prior political . . . → Read More: ZoneAsia-Pk: Why aren’t the Army Doctors complaining?
ISLAMABAD - The Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) on Sunday issued a show-cause notice to Deputy Attorney General (DAG) of Pakistan Khurshid Khan at the Peshawar High Court for “defaming” the country during a recent visit to India. The SCBA has asked the DAG what made him to polish shoes at an Indian shrine and asked for . . . → Read More: SC hands DAG show-cause notice for going to India and polishing shoes
Our silence condemns only us
Six minarets falling to the ground should generate some tremors and cause a lot of noise. Yet the demolition of a mosque run by the Ahmadi sect in Kharian generated barely a murmur in this country. It seems as if the dust rising from the debris obscured our vision and . . . → Read More: The sound of minarets crashing
Lahore Meat Complex (LMC) project worth Rs 1.5 billion at Shahpur Kanjran is in doldrums as its Chief Executive Dr Hamid Jalil had reportedly resigned ‘under protest’ over alleged intervention of a political family in the project’s affairs. According to documents available with the NNI, LMC, a state-of-the-art slaughterhouse was completed in a record period . . . → Read More: Lahore meat complex stinks of corruption
Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, one of the world’s most wanted militant chiefs, has told Pakistani leaders they should aspire to be more like David Cameron and Boris Johnson, according to The Daily Telegraph.
. . . → Read More: David Cameron and London’s mayor get ringing approval from Hafiz Saeed