August 28, 2012

Islamabad: CDA invites application from constructers for Park Enclave

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has invited applications from competent construction firms for the infrastructure development project of Park Enclave.

Park Enclave project director of CDA said that interested and competent constructors from reputable companies/firms having successfully executed similar projects but not limited to design/construction of area development, road network, storm water drainage with rain water harvesting, waterRead More »Islamabad: CDA invites application from constructers for Park Enclave

Pakistani Executive off the hook, but what about Judiciary?

 By Muhammad Akram

LAHORE: The 22-day-long lifeline to a prime minister who was in a Catch 22 situation only a day earlier on whether to appear before the Supreme Court’s special bench hearing NRO implementation case can safely imply as a show of restraint on both the sides as well as an explicit desire to find a middle way out of the deepening quagmire of more than three-year-long stand-off between the executive and the judiciary.

If on the one hand the top PPP leadership had ignored the most popular demand within the party circles that the PM should not appear before the bench to express displeasure over the disqualification of his predecessor, the special bench headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa on the other hand granted 22 days to the government to amicably resolve the lingering dispute over writing a letter to the Swiss authorities for reopening alleged graft cases against President Asif Ali Zardari. Read More »Pakistani Executive off the hook, but what about Judiciary?