Imad Zafar

  • TThe result of the Punjab provincial assembly by-elections in the city of Chakwal once again confirmed that Sharif and his party PML-N has not lost its vote bank. The margin of victory was around 30 thousand votes. It was expected that PML-N would retain the seat but no one expected ...

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  • TSaudi Arabia has once again become the center of news in Pakistan. Both the Sharif brothers. along with their close aides. are busy in meeting the new Crown Prince, King and other members of the royal family. In Pakistan opposition parties and the paid anchors, and journalists of the establishment ...

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  • TFinally the sons of the Jatois and Talpurs have been given bail by the court. Shahrukh Jatoi, who killed Shahzeb Khan with the help of his friend Siraj Talpur and accomplices, made the victory sign and walked as if he had done nothing; in fact he was walking on the rotten social and ...

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  • TFor Pakistan’s ruling PML-N party, their troubles are far from over. After Faizabad another sit in from Tahirul Qadri is now in the making and if that is not enough, Pir Hameeduddin Sialvi along with other religious clerics is already threatening to stage a sit-in in ...

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  • TThe riots are over, the fanatics, after winning and having all their demands fulfilled are gone. Life in Islamabad, Rawalpindi and other cities of Pakistan has returned back to normal. Everything is back to routine but there is a sense of emptiness, an unbearable weight of a state’s defeat. ...

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  • TFinally the Faizabad sit-in has been called off by the religious clerics after reaching a deal with the Government. The power military elite played a role in this and convinced the Government to ‘sacrifice’ Zahid Hamid. The law minister has resigned and the religious fanatics emerged as ...

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  • TIt has been almost two weeks and the federal capital of Pakistan is under siege. A sit-in at Faizabad interchange has actually halted the traffic and connectivity of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. The same old game of mixing politics with religion to achieve desirable result is being played, the ...

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  • TIt is a political deadlock in Pakistan. The civilian government has been pushed to the brink of an abyss. The establishment is propagating the need of a technocrat government to solve the problems. The Sharif party government is fighting back and they have created a strong ...

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  • TFinally someone dared to talk about what is considered to be a sin or crime in Pakistan. Khawaja Asif, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister’s press conference in the US was a confession and a truth many in Pakistan already knew, but no one brought it to the limelight as the so-called ...

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