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Lyari: Who will be the godfather? – Part 4

Author: Razzak Sarbazi Translator: Ahmed Muneeb For Part-1 of this article click here For Part-2 of this article click here For Part-3 of this article click here Fatah Muhammad gets killed on a land feud by the hands of Hafiz Pirzada’s acquaintance-Salman Brohi’s son Ghaffor in the Dalmiya area. In those days Rehman starts to spend more time at the ...

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AGAHI Awards: Submissions Open For Journalists Across Pakistan

Behram Baloch Islamabad – AGAHI Awards have opened submissions for journalists across the country. Journalists can submit their best work in print, television, radio and blogs through the Agahi Awards’ website, www.agahiawards.com. Awards will be announced on 15th April 2015, the deadline for submission of articles, news reports is 22nd March 2015. The Agahi Awards, launched in 2012, has received ...

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Implementation Of 18th Amendment Is Must For Viability Of Pakistan

Mahmood Tareen To hope and look for a brighter and prosperous future of Pakistan it is critically vital to determine the historical happenings that led to the establishment of Pakistan. Historical happenings determine the future as narrated by Confucius: “Study the past if you would define the future.” Historically Pakistan has never been a devolved and decentralized state. It emerged ...

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Injustice to Human Rights in Pakistan

Baloch Khan Highly presented justice is moral excellence of the state that maintains peace and harmony in a state.  Justice is regarded as a moral virtue for an individual and for all political and a moral aspects of human life. Modern democratic states are paying full attention towards the provision of justice, maintained of peace, dignity and good governance in ...

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Lesser Known Fact: Engagement of UN in Socio-Economic Development of Balochistan

Adnan Aamir Quetta – United Nations (UN) is actively engaged in socio-economic development of Balochistan and this fact is not very well known. United Nations reaffirmed its commitment to the development of Balochistan, on Monday. Today, a field visit of media personnel was arranged by United Nations Information Center (UNIC) and World Food Programme (WFP) to three UN supported projects. ...

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Lyari: Who will be the godfather? – Part 3

Author: Razzak Sarbazi Translator: Ahmed Muneeb For Part-1 of this article click here For Part-2 of this article click here Ice: would decrease the strength of wine when put in the cups. The minds tired from all day’s problems would find peace. The hips and curves of the dancers with dark-eyed smiles would make them happy. But this was 1965; Ice ...

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Vacuum Of Leadership And Lack Of Institution Building

Naseeb Ullah Kakar Vacuum of leadership and lack of institution building has shoved our country into anarchy. The only institution that has not collapsed in this country is the army which is being used for almost everything. In Pakistan they are the only hope and Messiah when it comes to disasters, security, maintaining law and order situations, operations, facing terrorists, ...

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Lyari: Who will be the godfather? – Part 2

Author: Razzak Sarbazi Translator: Amjad Hussain For Part-1 of this article click here “Baloch are extremists, I guessed so, and I guessed I was wrong after seeing you. I have not met a Baloch ever. I just heard so”. “Iranian musician Azady’s mother invited a Baloch banjoo player Ghulam Muhammad Surizai for dinner at her home. She surprised Ghulam Muhammad ...

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Depoliticized And Independent Government Organizations

Naseeb Ullah Kakar It is matter of concern for the political leadership of this country to think once for the country’s interest. They must think for the future of this country, the future where they become part of such a history so those generations keep them alive even if they are not alive. For Once they have to think for ...

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Death Penalty In Pakistan

Baloch Khan Death penalty or capital punishment is a deterrent kind of punishment. In  theory Capital punishment is  both passionate and passionless into some extent legally as well emotionally upheld. Throughout the world history this punishment has been hated, assailed and criticized by nearly all nations of the world. The punishment is enforced both in democratic as well as autocratic ...

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