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Change the system

I agreed with Dr Tahirul Qadri that without changing the present political system, nothing is expected to be change; only one lot of politicians will replace the others with same credentials. Therefore,

Attack on polio team

It is deplorable. Many things happen these days which are condemnable but this attack on young anti-polio volunteers is absolutely grotesque. Why can’t our administration give them protection? Why can’t they apprehend

Kudos, UVAS

While attending the fourth convocation of University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences at Lahore on 17-12-2012, it was a very pleasant surprise to learn about the tremendous progress of UVAS after a

Floating fence at Sir Creek

Apropos to the report published in ‘Hindustan Times’ that India will soon erect a ‘floating fence’ anchored by submerged metallic mashes along the disputed Sir Creek border area with Pakistan. Sir Creek

Toughest job of the decade

The Pakistani security forces are doing a good job in fighting terrorism and extremism, but this fight has proved very long and tedious where the security forces have suffered great losses. The

Tackle them now

Time for coordinated actions against terrorists A coordinated operation against the militants was never as important as it is now. A number of signals emerging from the military high command and the

Taliban easing peace talks’ conditions

The Taliban may withdraw their major condition of foreign troops’ withdrawal from Afghanistan for the start of peace dialogue with the US, but they are not willing to soften their stance on

People throw support behind Malik’s mobile ban

A recent poll shows that majority of Pakistanis supported Rehman Malik’s decision to block mobile phone services during Muharram. According to a Gilani Research Foundation survey conducted by Gallup Pakistan, a majority