By Iftikhar A. Khan ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Gilani has said his Government was considering a proposal for granting voting rights to expatriate Pakistanis, and was studying the cases of other countries which had already provided this facility to their overseas nationals.
By Shahid R. Siddiqi ON the demise of Soviet Union 18 years ago, US president George H.W. Bush announced the emergence of a New World Order. He said: ‘A hundred generations have searched for this elusive path to peace, while a thousand wars raged across the span of human endeavour’.
One bearded gentleman who spotted one of these comedians boarding a flight, shouted after him, “You are going to hell. That is where you’re going.” The man ended up in London, which, despite its wet summers and double-decker buses, is not quite the site of that great bonfire in the […]
Unsatisfactory performance in the economic domain has been most damaging to the PPP’s reputation and has created the impression that the government lacks operational strategies to address the problems of the common people
The government of Pakistan is fat, so fat that all the excess body fat has now put Pakistan’s cardiovascular health in extreme danger. All that accumulated fat has attracted diabetes, osteoarthritis and may be even cancer. So fat, that the airway is obstructed, breathing interrupted. Neither exercise nor dietary control […]