Aamer Waqas

  • TLAHORE Well-informed sources have asserted that the warmth demonstrated by PML-N Chief Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Awami Muslim League President Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, and other heart-warming mutual moves are indicative that these will pave way for Sheikhs rejoining of the N-League. The observers are ...

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  • TLAHORE In addition to todays planned sit-in outside Presidency, the PML-N is planning a big anti-outages show to press the federal government for resolving the ever-deteriorating energy crisis on emergent basis, confided party sources with TheNation on Wednesday. It is expected that President ...

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  • TLAHORE From the PML-Ns perspective, the incumbent administrative set-up is 'chosen on merit from the best available, but many a time it has been found to be slacking falling on the verge of recklessness, which it did again for Chief Ministers official helicopter, quoted as perfect instance of ...

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  • TLAHORE Though they do everything blatantly contrary to each other, this time around the PPPs government has religiously followed their political adversary PML-N by issuing an advisory on Saturday to federal government employees restricting them from interacting with the media. The government has ...

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  • TLAHORE It is unfortunate that on any occasion when the territorial integrity or domestic sovereignty is at stake, Pakistan lacks a national response, which is true now-a-days as well. When the Kerry-Lugar Bill was introduced, some dissident voices were heard that could barely be a national ...

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  • TLAHORE Despite utilisation of all resources, and paying full attention, dengue is certainly causing fear among the people with every passing since the number of patients is increasing as well, but so far neither the political government nor the administration has fixed the responsibility. On the ...

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  • TLAHORE It is known to everybody that all things belong to Allah, and are from Him, and even the slightest of movements are as per His wishes, but efforts to camouflage failures behind this curtain are certainly quite uncalled-for. Despite this understanding, political leadership and the ...

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  • TLAHORE It seems that neither the bureaucracy nor the political leadership of the province is ready to admit its failure in eliminating the dengue virus, and perhaps it is now looking for a scapegoat, which could be sacrificed at the masses altar. Since the media has kept a close eye on the ...

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  • TLAHORE Punjab Minister for Agriculture, Livestock & Dairy Development and of so many other departments Ahmed Ali Aulakh is neither a French nor a Greek, but when he speaks at the Punjab Assembly, it seems that whatever he is saying is all Greek to the elected representatives, who find so many ...

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  • TLAHORE Apparently one could not fathom bitter diatribe of the police by members of the Punjab Assembly, especially from the Treasury side, when the Deputy Speaker allowed his fellows speak on Points of Order unabatedly on the cops humiliation of the elected representatives. They all addressed 'no ...

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  • TLAHORE Call them either sorcerers or experts of black magic, fortune-tellers, soothsayers, and even more, they are becoming spiritualists of the societys vulnerable, looting, exploiting and manipulating the latter, while there is no legislation to curb their malicious practices, and the law comes ...

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  • TLAHORE Excluding expatriates, certainly all Punjabis are Pakistanis first. This is followed by divergent divisions along ethnic, linguistic and religious lines, never meant to adversely affect patriotism and association to much-cherished ideology as a nation. Simultaneously, these classifications ...

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  • TLAHORE The post of Director General of Sindh Rangers is lying vacant since June 14 when its last incumbent Major General Aijaz Chaudhry was displaced from the slot after the Supreme Court ordered his removal after Rangers jawans killed a young man. Now the Rangers in Sindh is being commanded by ...

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  • TLAHORE Assuring the nation that no one will dare harm the country, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has maintained that Pakistans foundation is the Two-Nation Theory, which is running in 'our veins, and 'we will not spare any sacrifice to protect and propagate it to the next generations. My ...

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  • TLAHORE PTIs endorsement to the PML-Ns idea of dividing provinces on administrative grounds has come as a big surprise to the political pundits since Insafs Chairman Imran Khan has been bitterly criticising the N-League and the PPP in unequivocal terms since he considers them equal partners in the ...

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  • TLAHORE The work-charge employees are running from one office to another for getting their salaries of three months, but the Punjab government has so far not considered the issue despite the fact they are still working and carrying out their responsibilities. Secondly, the sword of sending them ...

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  • TLAHORE For the first time in the history of Pakistan, one federating unit, Punjab, is facing a unique situation regarding the creation of a new province, since the opposition has submitted a resolution to initiate the subject at the largest provincial legislative house, which will be seeing the ...

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  • TLAHORE The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has decided in principle to endorse the idea of carving new provinces out of Punjab on administrative grounds rather than on ethnic and linguistic basis, party sources confided with TheNation on Friday. However, the final decision regarding the issue will be ...

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  • TLAHORE After finding itself a lone crusader against the allegedly corrupt PPP government and in order to get its flanks heavier, the PML-N is ready to accept estranged elements from all the political parties, especially the Q-League, since quite a few are just awaiting a nod from the N leadership ...

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  • TLAHORE Whether term it austerity on the face of it or keep the wannabes desiring to become provincial ministers and stick to the PML-N to keep its majority, it is an established fact the Punjab government is managing its affairs with the thinnest-ever possible cabinet of the recent past, which is ...

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  • TLAHORE Reiterating the mutual stance of Pakistan and India that talks should be uninterruptible and irreversible, Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar Thursday claimed that Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was willing to walk the extra mile on all outstanding issues. India wont be found wanting ...

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  • TLAHORE The PML-N will be electing its central office-bearers on Wednesday (tomorrow), and it will be a testing time for the leaderships, especially the Sharifs, who have to decide whom to accommodate for the functional offices or contain others who have served the party well, especially in their ...

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  • TLAHORE This is not the world, especially this part, which was known to Sufis like Waris Shah, who preached 'love to all till they left the mundane world to meet their Creator again. Today he has more number of followers to what he had during his worldly days, but the levels of unrest, disharmony, ...

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  • TLAHORE In one of the prioritised sectors of the Punjab government, the incumbent dispensation has failed to fill vacant seats in schools, and institutions buildings are either in dilapidated condition or are yet to be completed despite a lapse of three years. Also sports facilities are found ...

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  • TLAHORE The Punjab government has created six authorities and two foundations in addition existing departments, which is causing duplication of the functioning in the governance, while no other administrative wing has been abolished to ease burden on the public kitty and replication of working. ...

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  • TLAHORE The PML-Ns much-yearned grand alliance seems to be quickly losing its charge since it could not gather much moss though with the word go a bunch of political pundits were seeing the emergence of a force to reckon with giving sleepless nights to the PPP men residing at the Capital Hill. ...

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  • TLAHORE Prior to MNA Anjum Aqeels 'forced escape from the police station, as being portrayed by certain quarters, there has been numerous instances when the parliamentarians of the Pakistan Muslim League-N have brought embarrassment to the party leadership. Since 2008 general polls, over half a ...

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  • TLAHORE - The Punjab government has demanded reversal of Musharrafs amendments in the Criminal Procedure Code 1898, and is now awaiting the PPP governments nod because its own provincial government in Sindh has reverted to the British system of administration. On the other hand, the Punjab ...

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  • TLAHORE The Punjab government is awaiting Centres nod for restoring its much-yearned executive magistracy and the pre-2001 police system, which seems to be improbable since the federal government is so far disinclined to actualise the necessary formality of amending the Criminal Procedure Code ...

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  • TLAHORE Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has declared that gone are the days of 'Yes Boss to America, and his government has resolved to never let anybody hurt national interests since only those things will be actualised which are for the betterment of Pakistan. The government is guarding ...

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