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پاکستان کے بااثر عالم اور دائیں بازو کی ایک اہم سیاستدان ہے. | A Pakistani politician and right-wing cleric.
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When politicians are cartoons, here’s what happens
With the general elections looming around the corner, every party has vociferously geared up and is trying to promulgate their ideas to the masses. It seems the year 2013 proved to be a significant one in reference to Pakistani politics; some parties tapered off whereas some emerged and took us by surprise. With the chants of ‘Naya Pakistan’ and ‘tabdeeli’ in each citizen’s mouth, we can surely say, elections are going to be nail-biting excitement! Amidst this excitement, let's come together, remain hopeful and actually vote for a change. That said, there is always room for some light hearted humour- below are a few caricatures that I hope you enjoy! Nawaz Sharif:       Molana Sami-ul-Haq:       Molana Munawwar Hasan:       Molana Fazal-ur-Rehman:       Junior Pir Pagaara:       Imran Khan:    


Lal Masjid cleric not hopeful for peace talks
Islamabad: Talks between the government and the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) do not seem to be moving ahead, Lal Masjid Khateeb Maulana…







PTI decides to join govt negotiation process
Islamabad: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) agreed to partake in the dialogue being held between the government and the Tehreek-e-Taliban…


Munawar Hassan’s words, spelling the end of Jamaat-e-Islami?
It is evident that the death of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Chief Hakimullah Mehsud has opened a Pandora's box of accusations, suspicions and conspiracy theories; and provided enough fodder to the electronic and print media to feast upon. Although Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was fast to react, their statements were balanced and great caution was exercised by limiting their views to terming the attack as a conspiracy against the peace process. Maulana Fazlur Rehman meanwhile went the extra mile to stir up anti-US sentiments by saying that "even a dog killed in a US drone strike would be declared a martyr". Of course, Maulana’s statement invited the wrath of many from the religious circle who demanded an immediate apology from the chief of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F). However the ameer of the Jamaat-e-Islami, Munawar Hassan, went all out in defence of the Taliban and termed Hakimullah to be a brave martyr who went down fighting against the infidel forces.







Is the PTI tsunami over already?
“It’s just a blast, not the end of the world” This statement, made by Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa ex-information minister Shaukat Yousafzai, on a suicide attack killing 16 people shows arrogance, ignorance and lack of experience to run a government in a stressful situation. It isn't surprising, thus, that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) lost badly in the biggest ever by-elections in Pakistani history. They lost both the seats vacated by its Chairman Imran Khan with Ghulam Ahmad Bilour emerging as victor of the seat NA-1 in Peshawar and Ubaidullah Khan Shadi Khel (PML-N) of NA-71 in Mianwali. Tragic news indeed for PTI. So, how exactly did they lose? Bad decisions: Locking horns with Maulana Fazlur Rehman Imran Khan locked horns with Maulana Fazlur Rehman in hopes of taking the space of the broken MMA in the general election, betting on support from the Jamaat-e-Islami and undeclared support from the TTP. This was a gross miscalculation on his behalf, as being a right wi


Military top brass conclude conference in GHQ
Rawalpindi: 170th Corps Commanders’ Conference was held at General Headquarters today (Friday) which was chaired by the Chief of…







Outlawed TTP to increase numbers of negotiators
Peshawar: The outlawed Taliban have decided to retain its dialogue committee while pondering over appointing Qari Shakil and Maulana Azam…


PTI’s Peace March: Give credit where it is due
Waziristan, a centre point for drone attacks by US-led NATO forces, is a place from where thousands of residents were misplaced internally and had to lodge their families to safer places of Pakistan. Waziristan, a place that is forgotten even by its own rulers. Recently, Imran Khan, Chairman Tehreek e Insaaf, led a ‘Peace March’ to South Waziristan along with the citizens of Pakistan, local media, his own party workers, and above all, foreign journalists and anti-war activists from the West.  This march started from Islamabad on Saturday October 6, 2012. The motorcade drove across Talagang, Chakwal, Kundian, Mianwali, Karak, Dera Ismail Khan and finally entered Waziristan, crossing Northern Punjab, Central and South Punjab from where it entered into the borders of Waziristan on Sunday October 7, 2012. With hurdles created by the administration to slow down or at some point, even to stop this march moving forward, Imran Khan’s determination kept the rally moving forw










 
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