By Kunwar Idris IS Pervez Musharraf entering politics — or should he? The first part of this question is for Musharraf himself to answer; the second is for the people and the politicians to contemplate. Last week some newspapers quoting the former president’s unnamed callers reported that his entry in […]
If the Taliban agenda was nothing more than the expulsion of US and NATO troops from Afghanistan their efforts to expand their domain to some of the settled districts of the NWFP makes no sense. And what is the justification of the sectarian violence in Kurram Agency?
By Razi Syed The sale of Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS), recorded 25 percent increase due to proposed higher power tariff and long hours load shedding during September-October, traders said Saturday. Despite increase in the price of UPS and imposition of regulatory duty on imports, the customers are still purchasing, retailers […]
A healthy liver helps fight infections, stops bleeding, processes medications and removes toxins from the body. Hepatitis is a disease that affects your liver by causing it to swell and become inflamed. Common causes of hepatitis include some viruses that can damage liver cells, causing scar tissue to form and […]
Sees no judicial crisis; rules out mid-term polls By Shakil Shaikh & Tahir Khalil President Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday said he sees no judicial crisis in the country except a few deposed judges issuing political statements, giving a veiled warning of bringing them to politics if they did not […]
According to a new study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition from Penn State University, a serving of pistachios each day as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol may reduce the risk of heart disease. Results showed that consuming pistachios significantly lowered total cholesterol, LDL […]
America‘s Pakistan-policy, or more appropriately Musharraf-policy, was fabricated by Vice President Dick Cheney, at the Old Executive Office Building, with input from the US Department of State at the Harry S Truman Building. Then came July 2008 and it all changed.
People rioting on the streets of Pakistan burning bills and ransacking WAPDA and KESC offices are now just as common as the unscheduled breakdowns which take up an increasingly large share of what passes for daily life here. It was Lee Kuan who famously suggested ’24 hour uninterrupted power supply’ […]