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Mazhar Ali Shah

Uncertainty in Afghanistan

Let us hope that the American interlocutors will have suceeded hammering out some formula of the present Afghan political crisis before the publication of this column. The fact that two persons are simultaneously holding the office of Afghanistan’s president has made them a laughing stock of the world. India would …

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Political acumen

Some of the political analysts must have noticed a visible change in the tone and tenor of Bilawal against the PTI’s chief. They are bound to raise their eyebrows when a person who till yesterday used to call him as a selected PM suddenly starts using the word of an …

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Follow the Chinese model

China deserves hossanas for making anti_coronavirus vaccine. It goes to its credit also that in a very short period of time it has succeeded in eliminating its menace from China. All those countries which are victim of this virus can benefit from the methods employed by the Chinese to combat …

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Coronavirus

If the coronavirus has, on the one hand, affected the economy of the country tremendously, on the other it has saddened the heart of the opposition leaders also, as by the force of circumstance they now cannot persuade their henchmen to take to the streets against the government for atleast …

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Political bribe

It was probably during the time when Zia was the president and Mohammad Khan Juneno as his prime minister that it was decided to give every parliamentarian an handsome amount running into crores of rupees every year under the name of developmental budget, ostensibly for executing developmental schemes in their …

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DR MUBASHAR HASAN IS NO MORE

With the passing away of Dr Mubashar Hasan the other day in Lahore , one of the last remnants of the ideological workers of the PPP has joined the great majority. He was a socialist, through and through. The house where he lived enjoys the rare distinction of being the …

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Where is democracy ?

What a pity that the grey-haired, old political leaders in the two premier political parties of the country, long in the tooth and old enough to be called grandfather of Bilawal and Maryam Nawaz should be saying yes sir and yes madam to them. They should hang their heads in …

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Prolonged winter, shorter spring

If you have recently travelled on Peshawar-Islamabad motorway you must have noticed signs of cracks and small ditches appearing on it at a number of places on its both roads. If urgent repairs weren’t carried out , chances are that the condition of these roads which are taking a heavy …

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Benevolent dictatorship

Dictatorship is not a good thing but lucky are the nations which are blessed with benevolent dictators. Since the word of their mouth is law, they get sufficient time to translate into reality whatever they have in their mind for the good of the common man. They don’t have to …

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A political party in disarray

Nawaz League is in a political disarray after Mian brothers shifted to London apparently for medical treatment. If they overstayed there any more, Chances are that their party might suffer damage beyond repairs. Already many parliamentarians of Nawaz League have started showing their concern over their absence from the country …

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