By Yasir Habib Khan - Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s well-trumpeted National Action Plan to fight terrorism is mysteriously silent on the functionality of private security agencies - major players in guarding the life, wealth and
By Yasir Habib Khan - Governmental corruption touched peaks in 2014 making public offices sick of bribery, kickbacks, embezzlements, bad governance and forgery in official record to protect big shots amid the Sharifs’
By M. Bilal - The President is a symbol of unity of the country. Being the constitutional head of the country, the President is supreme commander of the armed forces and an integral part of the Parliament. But if someone goes
By M. Bilal - Floods play havoc in Pakistan every year, precious lives are lost and properties are simply washed away. But the most disturbing factor is the callous attitude of our disaster management authorities to deal with such
By Waqas Bajwa - Pakistan is the unique country of the world where people from every nook and corner of the globe could reside and refuge easily without fear of law. This country has always remained safe
By Muhammad Ahmad - The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) is faced with a plethora of serious challenges concerning maladministration, rampant corruption and poor governance, which have dented its reputation in addition
By Waqas Bajwa - A look at the biggest public sector university in Sindh. The University of Sindh, the oldest university in the country and biggest public sector university of Sindh province, once witnessed the tremendously prosperous
By Ahmed Ahmadani - The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) was established with a mission to develop and pursue a regulatory framework which ensures the provision of safe, reliable, efficient and affordable
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