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Promise Tracking

Promise: The Punjab Protection of Women against Violence Act, enacted in February 2016, says that Punjab Government will setup protection centers and shelter homes for women, victim of violence. The law provides for establishment of a system for ‘protection, relief and rehabilitation of women against violence’. Background Since 2010, the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz government

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Promise Canvassing for 2013 elections, incumbent Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had promised to carve out more provinces such as Southern Punjab and Bahawalpur provinces if he were elected to power. Background Back in December 2012, the premier had said that creation of these small units would help the country flourish. “I am the greatest supporter

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Editorial Section

Amid a strong wave of terrorism, mainstream parties in Pakistan have accelerated their political activities in preparation for Election 2018 in Pakistan. The current elected government will complete its tenure in June 2018 and election will be held anytime within 90 days after June 5, 2018. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, which holds federal government in Islamabad and provincial governments

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The last ten days have been violent. Pakistan finds itself in the throes of terrorist attacks. More than a 100 lives lost. Half a dozen cities targeted. Government officials wring their hands as questions are raised. The questions are crucial: how can peace prevail and how can security be guaranteed? Could it? There are a

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The recent libel ruling by the British court ordered a Pakistani media giant £3 million (PKR 400 million) in damages and costs for airing two dozen separate defamatory claims against rival media outlet and its proprietor. The media giant filed for bankruptcy to escape the fine. The court also revoked licenses of its 3 channels

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