Senator Rehman Malik

  • TSAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) was established in 1985 by the nations of South Asian region that include Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan, Maldives and Afghanistan. Upon creation of SAARC each country agreed to cooperate in formation of trade ...

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  • TIt is common knowledge that the world powers are now more dependent on their defence policies rather the foreign policies. It looks now that the foreign policies are supplementing their support to defence strategies. It is seen in the most recent times where even President Donald Trump preferred to ...

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  • TFollowing the assassination, the then Punjab Government constituted a JIT comprised of police officers to probe the case of the murder of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto. Although the JIT arrested five accused persons for being in knowledge of the conspiracy and for facilitating the execution of the plot ...

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  • TThe sun will rise every morning of 27th December and life will continue, but Bilawal, Bakhtawar, Aseefa, President Zardari and we workers will never be able to see our leader ever. It was early morning of 17th October when Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto was giving goodbye kisses to Bakhtawar and Aseefa in ...

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  • TI would like to quote an extract of my article and many pressers wherein I had stated “America will never achieve peace in Afghanistan or Syria through its military might.” It is proven today when President Donald Trump found an excuse to get out of Afghanistan and Syria under the ...

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  • TThere is no doubt Overseas Pakistanis are our great assets and are our ambassadors. They have lot of heartfelt grievances with their homeland governments, which make tall claims for them but do not fulfil their commitments whereas every incoming government expects overseas Pakistanis to send more ...

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  • TPak economy has become a source of major worry for every Pakistani as the worsening economy is directly & indirectly affecting every faction of the society. It is surprising to note that our economy came under discussions by the various world leaders on international forums. The speaker of ...

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  • TCyber security is a vast topic, which is gaining more attention as the growing cyber-crime trend is worrisome. The vulnerability of cyber systems is increasing and in my previous article on cyber security published on 19th of November 2018, I had tried to summarise the description, types, and ...

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  • TNovember 30 is a day for all of us, all the senior leadership and workers included, to celebrate as part of a political party, which was formed to represent federation throughout the country. Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto – the founding father of Pakistan Peoples Party - was a leader with great ...

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  • TI feel lucky to have done my B.Sc. from the same college where our great poet and Mohsin-e-Pakistan Allama Muhammad Iqbal had studied. I also had the chance to hear about his quick and witty responses from the teachers and professors of the college while studying. My English Professor Dr. Khair ...

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  • TIt was mid-2004 when I landed in Aden in connection with signing of an oil contract for our oil company with Aden refinery. I met the CEO of the company over there that probably looked like an Indian and after the meeting he confirmed me that his forefathers like many Indians came here and settled ...

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  • TThere are lot of controversies created in the media on an imaginary NRO supposedly signed between Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto and General Pervez Musharraf for allegedly aiming at dropping all the case against PPP leadership. I would like to categorically deny this perception by challenging ...

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  • TSaudi Arabia is like our elder brother and has always helped Pakistan in difficult times. The recent aid by Saudi Arabia on the request of Prime Minister Imran Khan is indeed a sympathetic gesture but it is neither first nor enough. Saudi Arabia is giving such grand favours to Pakistan since day ...

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  • TIt was shocking to witness the intolerant attitude of Indian PM Narendra Modi and his government towards one of the most contemporary and influential Muslim scholars of the world - Mr. Zakir Naik. Nobody can challenge the knowledge and expertise of this genius on Islam and Quran. His teaching ...

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  • TIn view of the foregoing plight of the people of Pakistan, I would like to humbly appeal to the CJP to invoke Constitutional Jurisdiction of Honorable Court under Article 184(3) of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 to determine the question of public importance inter-alia on ...

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  • TI believe in the right of the entire people of Pakistan to govern the country and be firmly embodied to the grandeur and glory of the motherland and striving for its due positioning as a responsible nuclear power amongst the community of nations. While eulogising the recent action taken by the ...

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  • TThe world witnessed the Anti-Pakistan and full of lies speech read by the Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj - a Minister of self-declared largest democracy. In fact India is emerging as the worst form of dictatorship under the leadership of Narendra Modi who has strong links with extremist ...

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  • TPakistan is dear to all of us as it is not just a piece of land but an identity for each one of us and is proud home for all of us. Every citizen is Pakistan and everything present in it is dear to us. Every political party represents its respective block of vote bank and political parties ...

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  • TWe stand isolated today from the world and even our own old dear friends are not coming forward to help us. We have seen recently that even China and Saudi Arabia did not vote for us in FATF which is a big setback for us. I think we are victims of our own defective foreign policies and non-serious ...

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  • TThe forthcoming visit of USA Secretary Mike Pompeo to Pakistan has already become the victim of mishandling on both sides. The dispute erupted when the Foreign Minister of Pakistan refuted that Secretary Pompeo ever mentioned the terrorists’ presence in Pakistan, calling it “factually ...

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  • TIt is unfortunate to see the divide and rule policies of some political parties. This unethical trading of politics is certainly not good for the country. We saw as to how the independents of 2018 election voted for the government and it was expected that the Prime Minister would be elected by ...

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  • TThe attack on 12 schools in Gilgit Baltistan has once again reminded us of TTP .The syndicate between Al Qaeda, TTP and Daesh is re-emerging. If we review the whole phenomenon of extremism, militancy and finally terrorism we would find that the entire phenomenon has been based on religious ...

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  • TThe first episode of British serial “Yes Minister” was written by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn in which the actor namely Paul Clark Eddington shows the struggles of a Minister in formulation of legislation and departmental changes in his act and how the efforts of the Minister are ...

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  • T25th July is getting important with every passing day. Let us see what would be our treatment to this prime day of our history. Will all the voters show respect to this prime day by coming out of their houses to vote, instead of planning holiday and going for picnic? Let us hope that this day will ...

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  • TI was the first one three years back who had made the presence of Daesh in Pakistan known when I disclosed the meetings in a mosque in Daska, Sialkot and thereafter the rest of the network in south Punjab to KPK and FATA. The then government of PMLN went into denial mode and issued official denial ...

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  • TWe are inching towards our elections 2018 and political atmosphere is getting tense. The recent conviction of Mian Nawaz Sharif and Maryam Nawaz has become a hot topic in all circles. Whereas the election symbol of jeep is echoing too in Pakistan and election pundits are of the view that this ...

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  • TSince 2007 I was the first who had ever raised voice against RSS for its involvement in number of major terrorist attacks on Muslims in Pakistan as well as in India. But what is RSS exactly? What is their aim? Apparently, RSS is portrayed as the Indian right-wing, Hindu nationalist, paramilitary ...

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  • TI happened to see Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto for the first time when I was posted in Karachi in 1978 post-1977 coup at Karachi airport. I remained posted in Karachi during Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s government where I had ample chances to interact with senior leaders of PPP and close aides of ZAB, ...

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  • TThe conventional wars have now taken over by the intelligence which are fought with dirty tricks and damaging tools to destroy vital abilities of enemies. This new intelligence warfare started after the World War 2 when USA decided to launch CIA. The warfare trend was set by the CIA operation. ...

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  • TWater is a basic necessity of life from the day one of human existence. The world entered into modern era with generation of energy, which is through oil and water. The utility of water is more vital as it provides lifeline to every living creature being the only vital important component of ...

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