By Murtaza Haider
Pakistan may not be the world’s largest democracy,but is certainly the world’s bravest. Over 50 million voters braved heat,violence,and terrorism to cast their votes and wrote a new chapter in the history of democracy.
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By Nida Afaque
As elections draw near,the political climate within Pakistan has turned sober. Contesting parties are working industriously to widen their voter base,the Election Commission is overworked with verifying candidates’ credibility and the interim government is struggling to contain the country’s affairs until the next government is ready to take charge. But there . . . →Read More:Spearhead Analysis:Elections held hostage
By Azmaish Ka-waqt
The Pieces of the Puzzle
Renewed interest by Scotland Yard in the Imran Farooq murder in London The unconditional and abject apology by the MQM before the Supreme Court of Pakistan The Qadri intervention MQM’s prompt and total support of the Qadri intervention. Surge in US Drone attacks with TTP being . . . →Read More:THE PUZZLE
As eight anti-polio workers are killed at the hands of ‘extremists’ Pakistanis once again get swallowed into the black hole of never-ending troubles. That’s what we do with our problems. Let them build,keep putting them off. And then people die because of our own indifference. As news spreads about the 9th anti-polio worker’s death . . . →Read More:Are we waiting for a miracle?
By Kamran Yousaf
One of the 10 terrorists involved in Saturday night’s brazen attack on Peshawar airport had Western-style “tattoos” on his body,raising questions about the identities of those behind the assault.
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Enraged by widespread media coverage of Malala Yousafzai,who was shot and critically injured by the militants in Swat,the Pakistani Taliban led by Hakimullah Mehsud reportedly planned to target media organisations,particularly television channels and some journalists in the country,well-placed sources told this correspondent on Sunday.
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As Malala Yousafzai lands in Britain,still fighting for her life,militants complain that coverage of the schoolgirl’s shooting has been “biased” against them. Sami Yousafzai reports.
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By Feisal H Naqvi
Two days after Malala Yousufzai was attacked by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP),Imran Khan went to the hospital in which she was being treated to show his concern regarding her condition. And yet, when asked a day earlier why he didn’t directly condemn the TTP,Mr Khan had responded as follows:
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Interior Minister Rehman Malik informed the media on Thursday that the two men who shot Malala Yousafzai on Tuesday have been identified, Express News reported.
Malik said that it has been figured out that who plotted the conspiracy against Malala and from where. He added that the president has ordered for Malala to be shifted to Germany.
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