Home / Opinion (page 119)

Opinion

The change of note

Tuesday evening, Modi shocked all by announcing that Rs 500 and 1000 denomination notes have ceased to exist as legal tenders. This is being seen as a bold and a historic decision affecting all walks of life and the entire economy. Although the decision will have positive effects in that …

Read More »

Undying Unrest!

In the dead of night, my phone rang to wake me up. It was a horrible shock. By the moment I came to senses, it had stopped ringing. With outgoing call bar active on my phone as consequence of my inability to pay the bill in time –alas! I used …

Read More »

Two flaws do not make a right: catastrophe in America

President-elect Donald Trump! In the most stunning and most disruptive election in many decades, Donald Trump won a majority of electoral votes and will be inaugurated president of the United States on January 20, 2017. At the time of writing this, all the votes have not been counted yet. The …

Read More »

Justice (R) Saeed uz Zaman to take oath as Sindh Governor today

KARACHI: (Parliament Times)The newly-appointed Governor Sindh Justice (R) Saeed uz Zaman will take oath of his office here on Thursday, after having replaced Dr. Ishratul Ebad who held the key post for 14 years. Chief Justice Sindh High Court (SHC) Sajjad Ali Shah would administer oath to the newly-appointed Sindh …

Read More »

Firing across LoC

At least three persons were killed and five others injured as Indian troops continue cross border firing across the Line of Control (LoC).A 30-year old police constable, Imtiaz, died on the spot after being hit by a mortar shell in Nakyal sector of Kotli, Assistant Commissioner Nakyal Sardar Zeeshan Nisar …

Read More »

Reality use of chemical weapons in Darfur-I

Shahid Khan  Sudan, both people and government, has not been surprised the false allegations circulated by Amnesty International in its report issued on the 29th of September 2016, in which it claimed that the Sudanese Army had used chemical weapons in the Jebel Marra area, from January to September 2016. …

Read More »

Iqbal’s Poetry

M Rashid Tabassum Allama Muhammad Iqbal was born on 9th of November, 1877 in Sialkot. Iqbal day is observed every year on 9th of November across the world. Special seminars are held where speakers highlight the different aspects of Iqbal’s poetry. As well as, contests are arranged on Iqbal’s poetry. …

Read More »

Jammu Martyrs Day

Sajjad Shaukat THIS time Jammu Martyrs Day has come at time when the people of Kashmir have accelerated their legitimate struggle in the aftermath of the martyrdom of young Kashmir leader Burhan Wani by Indian security forces in the Occupied Kashmir in wake of continued sieges and prolonged curfew. Since …

Read More »

Pitfalls in Muslim World-I

Osama Hashmi Without fail, the Muslim world does have an enormous potential to rule over the whole world because the nature gave many rewards to the Muslim world. For instance, the Muslim population is the second largest population in the world that has the world’s largest oil reserves which are …

Read More »

A binary new world

Abbas Hasan Victorian England’s rivalry between Gladstone and Disraeli, produced some of the wittiest exchange of political insults. Gladstone once addressed Disraeli as “my honorable friend” but then hastened to add – “that is a mere expression for neither is the gentleman honorable nor is he my friend”. Disraeli returned …

Read More »