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General Pervez Musharraf

A Test Case for Judiciary: Abuse of Blasphemy Laws

In all, 947 Muslims were accused of blasphemous conduct in Pakistan so far. This works out to be a staggering 68 per cent Muslim citizens framed under the blasphemy laws. The rest 32 per cent include Christians, Hindus, Ahmedis and Sikhs inter alia.

Flight PK 808 | High Drama in Air after Nawaz Sharif Dismissed Musharraf

The untold story of high drama in the sky on oct 12, 1999, when a confrontation between the then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his hand-picked army chief General Pervez Musharraf took an ugly turn and lead to a coup that threw Pakistan under military rule for more than seven years.

Making Accountability Effective

Given the nexus between corruption, organized crime and terrorism, the targeting of corruption has been compromised by our rather deliberate lackadaisical attitude. Corruption has...

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