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Muslim singer forced to quit French show over terror posts

AFP | A French Muslim singer who became an overnight star after dazzling judges on a TV talent show quit the contest Friday after coming...

Supreme Court turns blind eye to Nawaz’s anti-Judiciary rants

News Analysis | Disqualified ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif continues with his much-criticized anti-judiciary tirade, despite the Supreme Court’s decision to convict PML-N’s Senator Nehal Hashmi for...

Indian Judges revolt against the Chief Justice in order to preserve...

News Analysis | Four top Indian Supreme Court judges convened a press conference on Friday that was seen to reflect the growing rift with the...

Sharif’s playbook to escape justice; 2017 edition.

PML-N government ministers and their supporters in the media are continuously trying to give the impression that the ruckus and rowdiness which lead to...

Nawaz Sharif Corruption Trial: Should there be a live transmission from...

News Desk | While PMLN govt. ministers, lead by Interior Minister, Ahsan Iqbal, are busy fuming against the Rangers for not letting ministers in to...

The streets of intimidation

Ikram Sehgal | Expecting a whitewash from the SC, former PM Nawaz Sharif literally went berserk on being “blackwashed” as untrustworthy and untruthful by the...

Will the JIT be able to handle PML-N’s pressure?

Imtiaz Gul | A big question surrounding Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s appearance before the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) was whether he will draw on documents...

Corruption in the guise of development funds: Any accountability?

Dr. Farid A. Malik | “Hisab do” indeed... For once I tend to agree with the Prime Minister that development cannot be stopped to pursue accountability....

Pakistan suffers: The corrupts are made heroes

Dr. Farid A. Malik | From Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s (ZAB) socialist approach of Roti, Kapra, Makan to Shaukat Aziz’s free market and deregulation, Pakistan has...

Where does our recent history stand on delivering justice to Pakistani...

Jaweria Waheed| Laws catch flies but let hornets go free – A Scottish proverb There are piles of records in world history that manifests this proverb....

Has the Supreme Court just further delayed the process of justice?

Muhammad Azam | The verdict passed by the Supreme Court on the Panama case shows that our institutional structures still lack the 'power' to enforce...

Can the US’s constitutional set-up keep Donald Trump in check?

The idea of Donald Trump as the most powerful individual in the world has generated a great deal of anxiety. Trump proposed to ban...

Is Pakistani media split or…??

Moeed Pirzada | In the pure interest of ‘common sense’ every man & woman with average IQ should be able to see through the façade...

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Do We need to Worry about Pakistan’s Planned Troop Deployment in...

News Desk | On Friday, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi approved the decision to send Pakistani troops to Saudi Arabia under a longstanding defense cooperation between...

PadMan’s director upset that Pakistan not showing movie

PadMan director Balki says he is planning a special screening of a movie for Pakistani human rights activist Malala Yousafzai. He says that the...

Emma Watson welcomes new guidelines to tackle harassment

News Desk | On Wednesday, Feminist and Hollywood actress Emma Watson stood in support of the new guidelines developed to tackle harassment and bullying in...

Is PTI facing an existential crisis?

News Desk | Senior Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leader Fauzia Kasuri claims that her party, PTI, is facing an existential threat. She said this while addressing...

Government sets in motion PIA privatization process

News Desk | The government of Pakistan has decided to start the long-awaited privatization of the national flag carrier Pakistan International Airline (PIA). Prime Minister...

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