Author Archives: KK Shahid

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Najam Sethi running out of things to take care of

fter being told that he was no longer needed to take care of Pakistan’s cricket team, Najam Sethi has told his friends and family that he is running out of things to take care of,Khabaristan Today has learnt. After Zaka Ashraf was reinstated as the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief, the curtain came down on Mr Sethi’s stint of over exuberant celebrations and cricketing exaggerations.

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Losing Facebook

At the time of writing former president General (r) Pervez Musharraf’s Facebook page has an impressive 1,430,248 likes. He’s slightly behind PTI chief Imran Khan who leads with 1,490,916 likes on Facebook. However, with 80,156 people “talking about” Musharraf’s page, as compared to Khan’s 34,480, the former Chief of Army Staff has more than twice the engagement rate than that of Kaptaan’s page. Which is ironic, considering engagement and negotiations are what Khan clamours for virtually 24/7.

Fiqh al-Liberali

Liberal Fiqh (Arabic: فقه‎ [fiqh]) (or Fiqh al-Liberali) is liberal Islamic jurisprudence, a combination of misinterpretation and contradiction of the Sharia expounded in the Quran, which is often supplemented by ignoring the

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I’m gay… Arrest me

But please knock on the door before you enter I am gay. Not that my sexual orientation should be anyone’s business. But apparently there are media houses hankering after the LGBT (lesbian,

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Aitchison College disowns Ch Nisar, Imran

—Principal calls emergency meeting following statements on Qadir Mulla –Fears college would directly be held responsible for producing Nisar, Khan Lahore – Our Education Correspondent: Aitchison College, one of Pakistan’s topmost education

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Khabaristan Today

Telling it like it almost never is Imran Khan for negotiations with dengue mosquitoes –          Calls Bite-ullah May-Soothe’s killing, ‘attack on peace’ –          Wants Misbahul Haq’s help in blocking NATO supplies Peshawar

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Dear Waar critics, why so serious?

Depicting a ‘balanced’ narrative isn’t a mainstream film’s responsibility It seems as if most of Pakistan’s esteemed film critics – some sharing their insights via illustrious publications, others generous enough to do