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Friday, December 26, 2014

Men behind the front-runners: Who’ll become the next SECP chairman? | Kazim Alam

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Men behind the front-runners: Who’ll become the next SECP chairman? | Kazim Alam

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

No position on Pakistan lifting death penalty moratorium: US - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

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If USA corners itself from execution of terrorists that it had made to offense Pakistan. The position should have to taken by U.S.A when so called war on terror was imposed on Pakistan, now what happened to it, cowardly
steping back by the US adminstration from lifting death penalties by
Pakistan to terrorists meant for again use of such forces disrupting the
peace and security of Pakistan. The more than dual standards of USA put
Pakistan into trouble, it should be curtailed or completely abolished
if being a real frined to Pakistan. We can only hope but affirm nothing
could be changed by USA.

Monday, December 22, 2014

SECP - A burrow of old cartridges!

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The appointment of Zafar ul Hijazi as Chairman of SECP proves the play feild of those who never ever contribute their share towards objective progression of this highly important portfolio of the Country.

Mr. Abdul Rehman Qureshi being old guy has now been appointed as: Advisor to the Commission/Member Audit Committee Commission’s Secretariat as he has no education and experience in the relevant feild but has vast experience in flattering

We are unable to understand this philosophy that no fresh talent is available to induct into SECP?

ARABS' WORLD - a friend in need is a Friend indeed???

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The Arabs's world continously criminal silence itching more. Their trend to support and push back talibans (TTP) into worsent atrocities against the selected sect as supported by the Iranina or current Syrian gives more torture.

When news of the school massacre in Pakistan’s Peshawar first surfaced as breaking news, it appeared exaggerated and unreal. One’s mind is sometimes incapable of believing or rather rejects immediately recognizing that these are facts and that someone has really decided it’s time to collectively murder children in cold blood.

The students of the Peshawar military-run school were not coincidentally targeted. They did not get killed during a battle among fighters but they were the target of the attack and they were thus pursued in their classrooms, under their seats where they tried to hide.

Did the madmen of the Taliban movement really think that murdering these little souls is their way to heaven? Is there anything worse for a parent to realize that their children’s most important gathering place - i.e. the school - has become their little ones’ graveyard?

Hours passed.

The first few minutes and then hours passed as we waited for Arab media outlets to follow up on the Peshawar tragedy considering it’s firstly a humane catastrophe and secondly a Muslim one and it’s thus worthy of dedicating all live feed to report on it. For some reason, the horrible tragedy in Peshawar failed to interest the Arab media and public opinion. However, this didn’t happen. We were rather disappointed by the Arabic  coverage of the crime and we switched to following up on the incident on the  world’s different satellite channels.

Yes, the news was broadcast in Arab news segments, dailies and websites and  the degree of interest in the news varied. But what appeared like the general  pattern is that the tragedy did not take the attention which such a crime  with this amount of drama deserves. It wasn’t only media outlets who didn’t perform their duties on the matter but the general Arab and Muslim public opinion was very cold regarding incident, not to mention lazy and numb.

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