Daily Archives: August 31, 2012

Terrorism and violence

Ever since Zia and his military junta resorted to use state funds and power to engineer political structure of this country, the people of Pakistan have suffered untold miseries, death, torture, rise

The wave of terrorism

As we know that terrorism is one of the most highlighting issues in this contemporary world. It creates a very devastating effect in every corner of globe promoting economic and political instability

A tightening noose

Last July, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi threw a challenge to all his opponents that if he was found guilty of collusion in the 2002 Gujarat riots, then he should be hanged

Let him prove

Yesterday I happen to watch Hamid Mir’s program in which he called Engr Agha Waqar along with a few renowned scientists. The purpose of this program was to highlight Agha Waqar’s claim

Arsalan’s case

Fair and transparent investigation needed The Arsalan Iftikhar scandal burst at the center stage when shenanigans on the part of the scions of those in power were already rocking the country. Moonis

Excavating hope

Petroleum Policy 2012 could end Pakistan’s gas troubles Saying that Dr Asim Hussain has been ‘reasonably’ unsuccessful in solving Pakistan’s energy predicament, throughout his tenure as the Petroleum Minister initially and the

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Cyber crimes: No holds barred

The rapid development in the field of information and communication technologies has brought enormous advantages and opportunities as well as new risks and threats in the form of cyber disputes and cyber

Rawalpindi Cantonment Board

RCB forms body to enforce old grant policy

The Rawalpindi Cantonment Board (RCB) has decided to ensure regularisation of old grant properties in an effective manner. The properties were allotted to these citizens before the establishment of Pakistan and the

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