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Late Sharif can be probe?

BY R AHMAD The PM’s children in Panama Case have submitted before the SC, that assets in question were created out of the wealth inherited from Late Mian Mohammad Sharif, which reflects their intention to contend the legality of probe/prosecution of a dead man. However, …

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SC can invoke provisions of Section 14 of NAB Act in “Panama Leaks Case” ? US Law Also Allows Shifting Burden of Proof on Accused

BY R AHMAD While pro-government factions of legal fraternity is opposing the suggestion that Supreme Court of Pakistan can invoke the provisions of Section 14 of NAB Act in “Panama Leaks Case” and shift burden of proof on Nawaz Sharif and Family, their opponents consider …

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Kemal Ataturk & Allama Mashriqi

By Nasim Yousaf Inayatullah Khan (famously known as Allama Mashriqi) and Mustafa Kemal Ataturk were contemporaries who are regarded as two of the great leaders of the 20th century. Throughout his lifetime, Mashriqi expressed a fondness for Turkey and Ataturk. On Ataturk’s 78th death anniversary, …

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Is demand for PM’s resignation,TORs for scrutiny is constitutional,Islamic?

By R. Ahmad The commandment of “Principles of Equality and Social Justice” is part of all social contracts (constitutions) and interpreted/practiced/observed by government,court and the people in accordance with their faith, moral values and ethics. Discrimination before Law and selective application of Justice by Court …

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Modified surgical strike with Parikar praising Parivar

By Adv. Masood Peshimam It was 1984 where Mumbai was worst hit by the eruption of communal violence. Govandi, a north eastern suburb of Mumbai was also witness to vastly communally hostile climate straying into worst law and order situation creating an enormous risk to …

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Failure of State Institutions Creates Dilemma For General Raheel Sharif

By R Ahmad and Iftikhar Mashwani Since the Panama Leaks in April 2016, no state institution initiated any action/probe against five hundred or so Pakistanis for violation of various Laws of the Land. According to independent economic experts, the revelation of off shore companies in …

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Police display its anti-terrorist skill against unarmed/peaceful civilians?

The massive police crackdown against unarmed / peaceful civilian youth on 27 Oct was a great success and Government would be extremely pleased with the performance. The zeal, motivation, commitment and professionalism of police perplexed the youth and PTI leadership. They could not have imagined …

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Putin statement on Quetta incident affirms new era of Russia–Pakistan relations

The promptness with which Russian President Viladimir Putin has condemned the terrorist attack in Quetta reflects a paradigm shift in relationship of the two countries. It reassures that the conflict of cold war era and bitterness of proxy war of afghan resistance is no more …

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Dar’s affection towards soldiers defending Pakistan earned him title ?

BY R. AHMAD Recently a little known USA based organization declared Mr Ishaq Dar, “The Best Finance Minister”. While govt is celebrating and portraying it as a certification of its economic policies, most of the people in Pakistan are skeptical about the credibility of the …

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National Action Plan (NAP) Destined to Fail

By R Ahmad According to a saying of Hazrat Ali, RA “A State (Government) of Infidels may Persist but the State based on Injustice cannot Survive”. Unfortunately, Pakistani leadership has little or no realization of the fact that Delivery of Justice /Rule of Law is …

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