Akhlaq Ullah Tarar

  • There are very few places that represent so much diversity and religious plurality as is the case with Lasbela. It is a southern district of Balochistan where the envisioned dream of the Quaid that you are free to go to your temples, you are free to go to your mosques is not only alive but ...

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  • Policing in Balochistan has seen many moons; various experiments have shaped up the present structure. A chronological study reveals the journey of evolution. During the colonial era (year 1883), the British Chief Commissioner of Balochistan Sir Robert Sandeman, introduced a system of governance ...

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  • Mastung carnage is one of the deadliest terrorist incidents that our nation has gone through in the recent past. It was heart wrenching to see so many mutilated corpses, blood soaked injured political activists scattered all around at the scene of occurrence. It is a sobering reminder that ...

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  • To visit alma-mater essentially evokes a sentiment of tryst; the feeling of infatuation is nostalgically reminiscent of bygone days, yet somehow it relates to the present time as well. It is afresh and vivid both in collection and remembrance. Government College Lahore (GCL) is one of the oldest ...

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  • In the midst of profound grief and utter shock, Deputy Commissioner Sohail Tipu left for a heavenly abode. Everybody has to meet his maker sooner or later, but certain departures take the wind out of the body— Sohail Tipu’s departure, by all means, was like that. It twists every heart ...

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  • In a democratic polity, the edifice of political system is hinged upon the strength of its institutions. These institutions provide perpetuity and continuity to its growth. In a federation, Senate is a fortress that connects all the federating units. It is considered as an upper house that ...

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  • Every criminal act, more or less, is committed either to do justice or to undo injustice. Justice is the cornerstone of human relationships; a crime gives an impression or moral intuition that balance has been thrown off in the social transaction. To strike the balance sooner is not a choice but a ...

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  • General MacArther once stated that all wars in history were lost because of two words: “too late”; too late in gauging the threat, too late in formulating a proper response to the threat and too late in responding to the threat. In our efforts to counter terrorism we too succumb to this ...

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  • Terrorism spares none, whether one is in uniform or in civilian attire. After the vulnerability of civilians comes the susceptibility of the uniform force not meant for fighting wars but for maintaining law and order. This is how the police become the prime target of terrorists especially in the ...

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  • Just to demonstrate once again that it is still alive, feudalism has claimed the life of a traffic police sergeant controlling traffic at Shaheed Fayaz Sunbal Chowk (or GPO Chowk), Quetta. On June 20, Haji Atta Ullah was performing his duty when he was overrun by a jeep driven by Abdul Majeed ...

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  • The human being is interesting in the sense that he carries a paradox of yearning for a social life and carrying out anti-social activities. At both individual and collective levels, human being has tried to lean towards sustaining an exultant social life and abhorring anti-social deeds. Compared ...

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  • Currently, reforms affecting the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) are being discussed calling for constitutional readjustments to mainstream FATA. In this regard, four points are mentionable. First, the Frontier Crime Regulation (FCR) is a draconian law and the reasons are that FCR ...

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