Legacy and Choices: The Lives of Pakistan's Political Leaders" delves into the compelling narratives of pivotal figures who have left an indelible mark on Pakistan's political landscape.
The article questions the constitutionality of Pakistan's Supreme Court (Practice and Procedure) Act 2023, focusing on the power to form court benches.
The First Boer War was not a large conflict, involving soldiers numbering in their low thousands, but poor British command and positioning of their troops contributed to the defeat against well-organized Boer forces.
In the arid landscape of Pakistan, millions face a looming water crisis, with access to clean and affordable water slipping away. Corruption and criminal activities exacerbate the problem, while crumbling infrastructure and climate change further intensify the struggle.
It is high time that the people of Sub-Continent understand this vile scheme and launch a mighty united people's struggle.
China might soon be forced to informally cut its losses since continuing to develop a connectivity corridor that’s now under its systemic rival’s de facto control would be highly irresponsible.
Saudi Arabia has demanded a security pact alongside guaranteed access to the United States’ most sophisticated weaponry as part of a deal under which the kingdom would establish diplomatic relations with Israel.
The author congratulates Justice Isa on his new position, while also highlighting the challenges that now face the new CJ.
In a time when conformity seemed to be the norm, these remarkable individuals pedaled against the tide, both metaphorically and literally, on their 'Sarkari Bicycles.'
Moeed Pirzada's praise of Jinnah's commitment to the rule of law on his 75th death anniversary is met with disagreement.
The article explores Afghanistan's historical role and the challenges it faces in the evolving Afghan landscape.