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Umer Abdullah

Pakistan’s Case For Democracy

Pakistan’s Case For Democracy The American diplomat Richard Holbrooke pondered over a problem on an evening of September 1996 during the elections in Bosnia which were meant to restore civic life to


Muhammad Saad Khan

Loyalty, State And The Step Mother

Loyalty, State And The Step Mother In a constitutional democracy, it is not the citizens but their chosen representatives who govern the state by becoming part of the legislature and by forming

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Ahmad Rafay Alam

GMO-No! – A Constitutional Gridlock

GMO-No! – A Constitutional Gridlock It has been reported that the federal government has recently approved over one hundred varieties of genetically modified cotton and corn to be sold in the Pakistani

Local Government Secretary Summoned For Not Filing Reply Over Involvement Of Legislators In Public Companies

Local Government Secretary Summoned For Not Filing Reply Over Involvement Of Legislators In Public Companies The Lahore High Court has expressed displeasure on the Secretary of the Local Government for not filing

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Ahmad Nazir Warraich

Durand Line – A Binding International Border

Durand Line – A Binding International Border Afghanistan has historically been unstable. The instability in Afghanistan affects its neighbours, and particularly Pakistan, partly because of the fact that the border divides an

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Asad Palijo

Jinnah’s ‘Presidential’ Pakistan

Jinnah’s ‘Presidential’ Pakistan A little while back, while representing Sindh at the Youth Parliament Pakistan (YPP) in Islamabad, I had the good fortune of coming across a rare hand-written note by Mohammad

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Infrastructural Development And Public Safety

Infrastructural Development And Public Safety I have seen great consistency in the political mindset of our rulers with regards to ‘jo dikhta hai wo bikta hai’ i.e. our rulers religiously follow the idea