Munir Ullah Khan

  • TPakistan, despite all the social, political and economic drawbacks, has progressed to a stage where there is a Constitution which is the Supreme charter reflecting the people’s will. The state has five pillars: parliament, judiciary, executive, armed forces and the Press. Affairs of the State ...

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  • THolding history as my witness let me state the records correctly. It was quite evident by early 1947 that even if the Congress recognised Pakistan as an independent state, it would not be a genuine acceptance of the reality. Lord Louis Mountbatten was toying with the idea of becoming a Viceroy over ...

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  • TA child was born on 25 December 1876 in Karachi, then a town (growing port of the future) and now a city of 20 million people. The child was named Mohammad Ali and he later added Jinnah to his name. He grew up as a fine young man, a Barrister par excellence and later a politician who made politics ...

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  • TThis year, September 11 was observed as the 64th death anniversary of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah – the greatest leader of the subcontinent. On this anniversary, I was in Pakistan. And while watching TV, I realised to my utter dismay and shock that most of the channels aired the report ...

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