By Ghalib Sultan
So it has started to happen… we knew that one day it would happen. We used to think that it would take longer than this but I guess we were wrong. Like a giant skyscraper on fire which looks as if it will survive the intense heat of roaring flames engulfing it from . . . →Read More:Terrorists,Traitors and the Coward Maulvis
Paying tribute to martyrs of Gayari sector,Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani on Wednesday said the nation would never forget the sacrifices of its martyred army jawans.
The army chief was speaking at a commemorative event held at here near Siachen glacier to honour the 140 army jawans martyred on April 7, . . . →Read More:Gen Kayani pays tribute to martyrs of Giyari sector
Fantastic. This is what the Pakistan Army is defending at 20000ft!
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By Asif Haroon Raja
48 years ago,the Indian Army crossed Wagah border at 4 a.m. on 6th September and unleashed an undeclared war against Pakistan. It was an all out war both in territorial expanse and the mass of resources. Everything was committed to annihilate Pakistan once and for all but Pakistan armed forces . . . →Read More:What happened on 6th September 48 years ago
By Enum Naseer
2013 marks 67 years of bidding adieu to oppressive colonial masters responsible for widening the rift between the two brotherly nations. Yet,even after all these years of independent existence,India and Pakistan suffer from the same paranoia that gave strength to the rule of the Gora Sahib which has thwarted any . . . →Read More:ZoneAsia-Pk:Birthday Blues
By Ghalib Sultan
‘Siapa’ is a wonderfully expressive Punjabi word almost impossible to accurately translate into English. It means a development or situation full of interconnected problems,difficulties,contradictions and intrigues — not easy to resolve and not easy to live with. Why should the elections that catapulted the Sharifs to power be a ‘siapa’?
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Over the past few months an ongoing debate about opening the borders to our next door neighbor has engulfed drawing room discussions,economics and politics lectures,the industrialist,the Mazdoor (wage laborer),and of course the talk shows. Those in favor of this upgrade in India’s status have brought to notice a need for better . . . →Read More:Lip Service to Goodwill
By Kalbe Ali
ISLAMABAD:Army Chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani said on Saturday that since Islam is the basis of Pakistan’s creation,it can never be taken out from the body politic.
“Let me remind you that Pakistan was created in the name of Islam and Islam can never be taken out of . . . →Read More:Islam can and will unite Pakistanis,says Kayani