Friday, October 20 2017

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Promise Tracking

Promise Pakistan People’s Party had promised in its manifesto of 2013 that once in power they would introduce laws on ethical practice. Background Lawyers are responsible for the application of the rule of law in their societies.  Lawyers advocate for the advancement of human rights, protect the rights of their clients, and foster the administration

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Promise The PML-N had promised in its 2013 manifesto to construct one highly specialised hospital in each district of the country. Background Sounds strange, on the one hand, the government promises to expand health infrastructure by opening up one highly specialised hospital each in every district of Pakistan and on the other does not increases

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Editorial Section

At last, there appears to be some semblance of normalcy in the tense Pak-US relations after President Trump’s issued a softer statement regarding Pakistan in the wake of a successful operation by Pakistani forces to rescue a kidnapped Canadian couple and their kids from tribal areas of Pakistan on October 12. He said, “The early

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The recent outrage by Captain Muhammad Safdar Awan in the national assembly floor was met with reservations from politicians and citizens from all walks of life. The PML-N member of the national assembly adopted a venomous rhetoric against the Ahmedi minorities of Pakistan, calling upon the national institutions to refuse service opportunities to the Ahmedi

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Truth Tracker in its editorial for September 1, 2017 issue had forecasted, “He (President Trump) looks toward India for a military role in Afghanistan, but India cannot do that effectively because it has no ground link to Afghanistan.” On September 26, India’s Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, after talks with US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis on

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