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PML-N’s Paranoia

Recent statements by PML-N leaders show their complete lack of self-confidence regarding how they have governed Pakistan in a little over six months. Despite acquiring the mandate to govern the federation and the country’s largest province, statements by the Interior Minister regarding the Opposition’s so-called plans for precipitating “mid-term” elections – . . . → Read More: PML-N’s Paranoia

KAYANI: NO SURRENDER

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s top military commander at midnight on Tuesday said that there could be difference of opinion on counter terrorism strategy, however, to bow down before the militancy can never be a solution.

Speaking at the annual military parade at Kakul Military Academy in Abbottabad, Chief of the Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani emphasised . . . → Read More: KAYANI: NO SURRENDER

Balochistan updates June 2013

This is a brief Talk of the Town Report compiled for those interested in Balochistan. Significant developments are listed hereunder.

Post Election Developments- Formation of New Government, 1- June. The newly elected MPAs were sworn in on Ist June. 20 MPAs, in a House of 65, had never before been its members. The party position is: . . . → Read More: Balochistan updates June 2013

Big-Boy Toys

Austerity, the bitter pill and a little bit of faith: the magic ingredients to economic revival might be all that is needed for a dramatic turnaround. However, between promises and practices, exists a gulf that widens by the minute. The common man has been pushed into the background to figure out the solutions to his . . . → Read More: Big-Boy Toys

“مقدمہ اور اس کا “منطقی انجام

Through the looking glass

A boat beneath a sunny sky, Lingering onward dreamily In an evening of July–

Children three that nestle near, Eager eye and willing ear, Pleased a simple tale to hear–

Long has paled that sunny sky: Echoes fade and memories die. Autumn frosts have slain July.

Still . . . → Read More: Through the looking glass

Careful what you wish for

The party of ‘economic revival’ is now squirming in the hot seat, breaking a sweat as it anxiously tip-toes around potential landmines. The loaded pre-election speeches promising quick fixes that won the populist vote have been written off as a theatrically gripping display of pathos and the people have once again been handed out the . . . → Read More: Careful what you wish for

ملائشین پولیس نے مجھے پادری کے قتل کے جھوٹے مقدمے میں پھنسوا دیا، شہباز