That’s Mr Bin Laden to you

ہماری کشمیر پالیسی کیا ہے؟

امریکی انخلاء…… بھارت کی پریشانی

Obama promotes Viagra in Pakistan

Forget a healthcare law bearing his name. President Barack Obama is reportedly the face of contraband Viagra being sold in a northern city in Pakistan.

According to the Agence France-Press, the banned pills — illegal in the country — are smuggled across the country’s border with Afghanistan.

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Saba Imtiaz’s “Karachi you are killing me”

February 5, 2012 Headline of the day: ‘Books not bombs at Pakistan Literature Festival’

Oh joy.

The Karachi Literature Festival is Kamran’s wet dream. Every year, we basically stop work for two days and Kamran sends off the entire newsroom to the festival to report on who wore what and who’s writing what. His idea . . . → Read More: Saba Imtiaz’s “Karachi you are killing me”

This is the era of democratization

When the whole nation was geared up to brace military action against the Taliban, to the surprise of many, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the National Assembly announced that his government would give peace yet another chanceby holding talks with the notorious insurgents.

If the decision of forming a four-member team to negotiate with the Taliban . . . → Read More: This is the era of democratization

Why Kalabagh Dam is critical for Pakistan

LAHORE – The population of Pakistan will be around 230 million by 2025 and if natural resources were not utilized properly the country could face crises of food as well as water scarcity, experts said. They said that there is extensive amount of convincing data pointing to potential disaster for our beloved country.

Chairman of . . . → Read More: Why Kalabagh Dam is critical for Pakistan

یہ دن دور نہیں

یادگار مذاق

Violence and Development can’t co-exist

By Tanvir Sadiq

We are now into almost the middle of the second decade of the 21st century. This century – contrary to assertions of a post-Cold War ‘peace dividend’ -was inaugurated by attacks on the US homeland, and then by wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and now Syria. Ethnic violence of an intra-state nature, mini . . . → Read More: Violence and Development can’t co-exist