By Rasul Bakhsh Rais
The burning of Ziarat Residency,a national heritage and symbol of honour for many of us,which was the last place where the founder of the country rested before death,came as a big shock. For those who understand the character of the several streams of violent groups,some of which are . . . →Read More:Questioning the problem of national heritage
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Pakistan’s ideology took more than just a lethal blow on Saturday when treasonous elements set ablaze the Ziarat Residency. A dignified structure that had provided solace during his last days to the creator of this country,it was callously rent asunder to hit the very core of our existence. The ‘before . . . →Read More:Rebuilding the monument is not the solution
While western scholars deem it necessary to permit a revolution in Pakistan,the question of whether or not we require a messiah has often boggled the intelligentsia. While nationalism and tradition hailed in Balochistan and Punjab respectively,a ghastly series of repercussions garnered results such as the killing of PTI leader Zahra Shahid Hussain in . . . →Read More:The Upside to Divisive Power-play
The folk festival ‘Lok Mela’organised by Lok Virsa (National Institute of Folk &Traditional Heritage) is now becoming the talk of the town,as more and more people are keep pouring in to witness the event with all its festivities.
Enthusiasts,who seem to have been exhausted from the hot summer days and of . . . →Read More:Lok Virsa holds folk festival in Islamabad
The commission formed to probe the missing persons case has submitted its report in the Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC) Wednesday,Geo News reported.
According to the statistics in the report,24 cases were completed in Sindh while 100 are still pending.
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ISLAMABAD:Votes of religious minorities can play a key role in the coming elections in about 96 constituencies of national and provincial assemblies.
Analysts believe minorities can change the electoral scene in many of these constituencies if they choose to collectively vote for specific political parties or candidates.
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By Hina Khwaja Bayat
Poor democracy! What a joke it has become. Watching the turn of events today,I am stupefied by the response,words and actions of some of our esteemed journalists,analysts and politicians. How long will they keep flogging this dead horse called democracy?
. . . →Read More:PPP choosing the right slogans