Monthly Archives: July 2009


Pakistani woman activist awarded Humanitarian award

By Ibrahim Sajid Malick   WASHINGTON: Women’s rights advocate Sameena Nazir was recognized Friday at InterAction’s annual forum, the largest forum for the not-for-profit, corporate and government sectors in Washington DC. Nazir is the first Pakistani to ever receive the Humanitarian Award which is given annually to individuals who have […]


Supreme Court of Pakistan declares Nov 3 2007 actions unconstitutional 1

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan Friday declared the steps taken on November 3, 2007 by former president Pervez Musharraf as unconstitutional. The judgment came after the 14-judge larger bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Muhammed Chaudhry completed the hearing of constitutional petitions regarding PCO judges, appointments […]


ANTI-ISLAMIC ATTITUDE OF TALIBAN

By T.H Shah  The recent suicidal attacks at Pearl Continental Hotel Peshawar on 10th June 2007 which led to series of bomb blasts on mosques in Pakistan raise many questions concerning love and affinity of Taliban to Islam.  Taliban have been reported to have accepted the responsibility of these brutal […]


HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE OF CRISES MANAGEMENT

By T.H Shah In a wake of heavy monsoon downpour in Karachi and Lahore, many casualties have been reported causing crushing blow to the victim families. At least thirty people reported to have been died and more than sixty injured due to last day heavy rain in Karachi. Though the […]


Media Muzzled in Pakistani Kashmir

By Zafar Iqbal The uppermost court in Azad Jammu and Kashmir has banned the publication of news about it without its permission. All editors and media publishers in Pakistan and its part of Kashmir  received an order from the Supreme Court that they can not publish any matter about the […]