Spearhead Analysis: Pakistan’s dance with the democracy

By Zoon Ahmad Khan, Enum Naseer & Sarah Eleazar Research Analysts, Spearhead Research – Pakistan

As the Pakistani voter heads for the polling station tomorrow, on May 11, 2013, Pakistan will for the first time in history, allow an elected government to complete its tenure. Despite the multiple and enormous challenges it faces, the nation sees itself united . . . → Read More: Spearhead Analysis: Pakistan’s dance with the democracy

Munter Appreciates the blossoming Shalimar Gardens

LAHORE: US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter, his wife Dr Marilyn Wyatt and Consul General Nina Fite on Sunday visited the Shalimar Gardens, classified by UNESCO as a world heritage site.

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Pak-US ties: Might is right

To mourn Osama bin Laden, as many in Pakistan are doing, is outrageous. He was a bloodthirsty terrorist with little regard for Muslim and non-Muslim life, alike. However, to mourn the circumstances of his killing, and the consequences it leaves behind for Pakistan is more appropriate.

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