A. Z. Kalhora

  • TThe government and the opposition have once again achieved a landmark by unanimously passing the 20th Amendment. Despite having political and ideological differences, the political leadership stands united for strengthening democracy. Hence, Parliament has managed to defy its critics by producing a ...

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  • TZulfikar Ali Bhutto (5 January 1928 – 4 April 1979) the bravest and the most popular leader of Pakistan, was the symbol of democracy and voice against dictatorship. His political stature is matchless; his political sagacity, pragmatism gave Pakistan a political party system (earlier, Ayub ...

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  • TBenazir Bhufto, a character larger than life, the finest political leader among her contemporaries, and torchbearer of women rights in a society like Pakistan, has rightly been regarded as the “Daughter of East” and a lady who stood for democracy and rights of her countrymen. Her ...

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