Has vengeance unseated idealism and integrity in Naya Pakistan?

This article was first published in Gulf News By Faryal Leghari These are interesting times in Pakistan. There is a

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Islamabad’s Red Zone must be turned into Bahria Land to save Pakistan

By Haider Abbasi Inspired by the government’s decision to turn the PM House into a university, I have come up

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Will the Yemeni people’s voices be heard?

By Maria Ajmal  When the desire to cling to power dominates humanity, no one bothers how much the price for

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Should the PM House be converted into a university?

By Haider Abbasi Hidden behind the ministries and presidency in one of the most beautiful areas in Islamabad, is Pakistan’s

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How the media and politics let down a heroine of Pakistani democracy

By Haider Abbasi Begum Kulsoom Nawaz tragically passed away on September 11 after a year-long battle with cancer. She served

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The positive & negative interactions on social media

By Hogan Injury Social networking has inevitably redefined social interactions for good. Since the inception of every social media platform, its

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Juvenile Assault: A Hidden Cry

By Tooba Mujtaba A heart-wrenching video circulated on social media yesterday, where a teen boy of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa was publically been

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An open letter to the martyrs of the armed forces

The Weekly Pakistan Dear Sons of the soil, Hope you are well, as was promised to you by the Creator.

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Social Media Laws

Hogan Injury Social media has been part of our daily lives for many years now. Facebook remains to be the

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Are We Connected To Each Other?

By Areeba Raza. ‘Kids today we are going to have some picnic then have a lavish dinner, interesting naa? Are

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