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Business tycoon or land grabber?

Malik Riaz Hussain is one of those people who has a reputation of getting what they want in the end by any means possible. Should he be called a business tycoon or a...

Corporate corruption (II)

The Telecom Companies being small in number are likely to get involved in ring and cartel forming denying access to related businesses pertaining to connectivity and...

Islamophobia, Jihadism, or peace

While the worshippers were getting ready to offer their prayers, a demon of hatred was busy preparing his deadly weapons with a most despicable plan in his mind to...

Corporate corruption (I)

Corruption is a nuisance at every level but it is most damaging when it involves public institutions. On the largest scale, government machinery and big businesses help...

Women and the economy

A day after the anniversary of the passing of the Lahore Resolution which called for the making of a separate homeland for the Muslims of British India, it is necessary...

Confusion in New Delhi

On the eve of Pakistan Resolution Day, the top leadership of Pakistan and India exchanged greetings of goodwill. Noticeably, all isn’t well despite the positive...

Pakistan, Afghan peace and India (II)

Paraphrasing Patton’s “no man ever won a war by dying for his country, he won a war by making the other (person) die for his country,” India’s second line reads,...

Call for tolerance

There seems no respite from loathsome terrorist acts that test the patience of governments and societies. But it is essential that those responsible for the violence...

Height of extremism

Since the late 1970s, Pakistan has experienced a radical shift towards a certain brand of extremism which has devoured the socio-economic and cultural dynamics of the...

Tangible diplomatic measures

In a surprising development, US President Donald Trump revealed that relations between Washington DC and Islamabad are now ‘very good’. He further mentioned that a...