Sher Khan

  • Osama bin Laden, (OBL), the alleged mastermind and financier of al-Qaida, was reportedly shot and killed by a US Navy SEAL (Sea, Air and Land) Team—- Team Six as they proudly call themselves— at 2 am on 11 May 2011 in a suburb of Abbottabad, or so we have been led to believe by the US ...

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  • Saying Thank You, especially to someone subordinate or lower than ones self in the social order, does not seem to come easily to us as a nation. This, however, seems second nature to most people living in the developed world. The services rendered by the veterans of past and present conflicts were ...

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  • Shaista Pervez Malik The history of Pakistan can be divided into two distinct struggles of epic proportions; the struggle for independence and the struggle for survival. The struggle for the independence of Pakistan culminated in the creation of Pakistan albeit at great human cost. The ideological ...

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  • The nation recently "celebrated" Pakistan Day, with the usual pomp and splendour, to commemorate the passing of the historic Resolution in 1940. The country that came into being in 1947 turned sixty years old a few months ago never lived up to the expectations and exhortations of its ...

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  • (Based upon a conversation, and facts from his Urdu book, Bhutto's Last 323 Days, with Col (retd) Rafiuddin, Special Security Superintendent of Z A Bhutto in Rawalpindi Central Jail, May 17, 1978 to April 4, 1979. Rafi's battalion, then part of 111 Brigade, was assigned the responsibility for his ...

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