Mohammed Umer Daudzai recently penned an article that got featured in the New York Times where he voiced serious concerns over Ashraf Ghani’s foreign policy with regards to Pakistan. A former interior minister of Afghanistan and having previously served as an ambassador to Iran and Pakistan, there is no denying the fact that the . . . → Read More: A leap of faith
As a new government settles into its role, a plethora of issues bubble up. Karachi’s operation is being faced head on, but what about the most recent security failure is Peshawar? And what of the IDP’s due to floods in Southern Punjab and Sindh? The earthquake last week alone claimed almost 300 lives in the . . . → Read More: Our own people
KARACHI: Police rounded up several suspects, including political activists during a crackdown in different parts of Karachi in the small hours of Thursday.
SSP City Tariq Dharejo said that several suspects were arrested during raids in Kharadar and Meethadar areas. He said that drugs and arms were also seized during the raids.
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The analysis, that springs up in my mind, is based on several well known facts; but two stand out. Mirza and Zardari very close, MQM no more, all the other facts more or less already well known. So? It appears Zardari wants the action action against MQM now to eliminate it as a political challenge . . . → Read More: Zulfiqar Mirza’s Deadly Punch