Were Darwin to sit on the sidelines and observe the entire charade,he would have surely given himself a pat on the back. It’s as if his “Origin of Species” is being read out to him by overly-enthusiastic admirers. What a fulfilling experience it could have been. Alas,the man had to go before his . . . →Read More:The Darwinian Twist
Britain’s deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has publicly defended MQM chief Altaf Hussain’s statement on breaking Karachi away from Pakistan. Mr. Clegg says it is ‘free speech.’
Mr. Clegg gave a carefully worded statement to Geo News London correspondent Murtaza Ali Shah. In the statement,Mr. Clegg tried to create an impression that there . . . →Read More:British PM defends Altaf Hussein’s ‘free speech’
Citing a bout of ill health,former prime minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf skipped a round of questioning in the rental power projects (RPPs) case that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had ordered a day earlier.
The bureau had summoned Ashraf to present himself before investigators in the RPPs corruption case. Ashraf,who was minister for . . . →Read More:Raja falls ill ahead of NAB questioning
Unlike many of his peers in the media industry,Aneesur Rehman dreamt of launching a television channel for a cause – highlight the plight of the neglected agriculture sector and create awareness among farmers to improve their standards of living.
With that mission in mind,Rehman four years ago started Sohni Dharti,the first agriculture . . . →Read More:Sohni Dharti aims at improving farming living standards
A day after historic elections in the country, the headquarters of Karachi’s largest political force,the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM),were adorned with lights and garlands to celebrate their victory. But in his first speech after elections,MQM chief Altaf Hussain was not in a festive mood.
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The traitors within our ranks are repeating the exact strategy they deployed in East Pakistan. Their fathers did that in 1971,their children doing it now.
Know the game. It was the elections,democracy and the political parties which destroyed Pakistan NOT Pak army. Today,the post election threat is exactly the same.
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