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Promise In its 2013 manifesto, the PML-N promised to add a new article to the Constitution to make the ‘Right to Food’ a fundamental right for every citizen.  To implement this plan, the government had envisaged formulating, in consultation with the provincial government, a National Strategy for food and security to achieve an average agricultural

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Promise: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led government, on various occasion, promised provision of clean drinking water to every district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). Background: Each year, the provincial government allocates a budget in its Annual Development Programme (ADP) to make damaged water supply and sanitation schemes functional but opposition lawmakers and locals complain that the issue

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Editorial Section

President Donald Trump is the third American president to affirm that victory is at hand in the Afghanistan war to gain wide support of the American public. This 16-year old war has seen, in president Trump’s words, military, economic and diplomatic efforts used generously. President Trump in his recent public address from Fort Myer, military

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PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif has been disqualified by the Supreme Court of Pakistan on ethical grounds.  Constitutional and legal experts term this a controversial verdict. Sharif now tells people that he has not been disqualified on corruption charges but for minor reasons like taking salary from his son’s company. In sugar-coated words, he indicates that

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The bell has tolled and the Sharif clan’s house of cards hangs in mid air. How Pakistan feels? Sad and jubilant. Sad, because the democratic process has derailed yet again. Nawaz Sharif was the 13 th prime minister of Pakistan, none of whom completed their democratic electoral terms. Jubilant, because the values of democracy have

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