Tag: Shehbaz Sharif
For Pakistan, a balancing act between the US-led Western bloc and the emerging Russia-China alliance is easier said than done
Pulling the plug
According to new US rules, committee may consider harsher punishments where a foreign company's violation of an agreement poses a significant threat to national security
Will They Go Peacefully?
With the country still struggling with aftershocks of a devastating flood, an economic break-down and threats upon its borders, not having a functional government in place, asserting itself, would be suicidal for Pakistan
Imran Khan kicks off PTI long march from Lahore
PTI dedicats its long march to slain journalist Arshad Sharif
Army, ISI raise questions over Arshad Sharif’s killing
In an unprecedented move DG ISI Lt Gen Nadeem Ahmed Anjum and DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar addressed a press conference speaking on...
Arshad Sharif – a Symbol of the ‘Long March’
The long march on Friday to come is not just a gathering of the people or collecting a mob but cumulative sentiments of the people, their expression and their cry for change
Arshad Sharif’s body reaches Pakistan as commission formed to probe killing
Ministry of Interior, in a revised notification removed a representative of ISI from the list of officials who are to travel to Kenya to probe the journalist’s killing
Preparing for the Future
Unfortunately, Pakistani educational institutions are still preparing students, if preparing at all, for the last century's industrial needs
Murders We Wrote Off
Diyat law perhaps makes Pakistan the only country where the rich are given legal immunity from murder as long as they can afford to pay blood-money
Journalist Arshad Sharif shot dead in Kenya
In a shocking turn of events, renowned journalist Arshad Sharif was shot dead in Kenya’s Nairobi on Monday morning in a case of ‘mistaken...
Pak Army vows to punish those responsible for May 9 violence
Noose of law is also tightened around the planners and masterminds, who mounted the hate ripened and politically driven rebellion against the state and state institutions
Political Transition: A Shift from Oligarchy to Plutocracy
The growing dominance of the wealthy in politics raises questions about Pakistan's commitment to democratic principles.
BIPL sale controversy, SHC orders ‘status-quo’
Transfer of the majority shares and management control to JS Group put on hold as one entity cannot own two banks under the Pakistani law
Shareholders demand SBP not to transfer BIPL shares to JS Bank
SHC Single Bench, which barred JS Group from acquiring another banking license, to hear the sale of BIPL to JS Bank case on Divisional Bench orders
WEF’s ‘Future of Jobs Report 2023’ unveils Pakistan’s landscape
ISLAMABAD: The World Economic Forum (WEF) has predicted that...
آئی ایم ایف نے پاکستان کی معاشی شرح نمو میں بڑی کمی کی پیشگوئی کر دی
عالمی مالیاتی فنڈ (آئی ایم ایف) نے رواں مالی...
رواں مالی سال کے پہلے 9 ماہ کے دوران ترسیلات زر میں 10.8 فیصد کمی واقع
رواں مالی سال کے پہلے 9 ماہ کے دوران...
Another Sad Day!
Pakistan's political crisis is getting out of hand. It has all the potential to damage the state. Therefore, saner minds should come forward and help diffuse the situation before it is too late.
A Valuable Resource
Womack’s book ‘Neighbors: Christians and Muslims Building Communities’ is a valuable resource for those seeking to navigate the complexities of interfaith dialogue and cooperation in a pluralistic society
سپریم کورٹ کا پنجاب میں 14 مئی کو انتخابات کرانے کا حکم
سپریم کورٹ نے الیکشن کمیشن کی جانب سے انتخابات...