Narcotics were discovered on a Dubai-bound Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) aircraft on Wednesday after the aircraft was instructed to land at Jinnah International Airport.
According to Customs officials, they had received prior information regarding the attempt to smuggle the narcotics aboard PIA flight PK-221.
The aircraft, enroute to Dubai from Lahore. was instructed to land . . . → Read More: PIA flight forced to land in Karachi, narcotics recovered
Bureaucracy around the world is considered permanent government because they stay in their positions while elected cabinets come and go after each election cycle. The role of a cabinet is to provide policy direction and allocation of resources based on their ideological orientation. When a democratic president is elected in USA there is . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s problems with the bureaucracy
A Senate panel on Tuesday hinted at referring the privatisation case of Heavy Electrical Complex (HEC) to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), saying “wrongdoings” in the transaction that failed to materialise have shattered the trust of the parliament in Privatisation Commission (PC).
Details show that the HEC privatisation process was not completely transparent and . . . → Read More: HEC scandal: Parliament’s trust in Privatisation Commission shattered
The Police Service in Pakistan is hardly taken as a threat by those committed to erode the fabric of internal peace. It is a force that is assigned with the task to not only allay the heat that Pakistan’s internal security faces today but also to serve as the helping-hand for the judiciary . . . → Read More: Outdoing the Perceptions; the Police Service of Pakistan
THE Zionist project represented by Israel is a fundamental threat to the entire Middle East. Despite the attempts by Arab dictators to demonise Palestinians and downplay the threat from Israel, many remain unconvinced.
In 2013, Saudi Prince al-Waleed bin Talal told former Israeli prison guard Jeffrey Goldberg in an interview that “the threat is from . . . → Read More: Middle East minus Israel equals peace
One police official saw his promising career flatline and was dogged by minor misconduct charges until he took early retirement this year.
Another endured a long suspension before being fired last month, but not before a sex video surfaced that purported to show him with a mistress. (Apart from the receding hairline and healthy mustache, . . . → Read More: PM Modi becomes untouchable, Indian police demoralized