The Story of Pakistan, its struggle and its achievement, is the very story of great human ideals, struggling to survive in the face of odds and difficulties.

Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (Chittagong, March 1948)

Rule of Law

by on Dec 31, 2012

Rule of law means the rule of law and law alone. All arbitrary decisions are prone to quash the rule of law. An authoritarian order...

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Lal Shahbaz Qalandar

by on Mar 6, 2012

The mosque that is built in the hearts of the saints Is the place of worship for all, for God dwells there (Jalaluddin Rumi) The real name...

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Success or Suicide?

by on Feb 22, 2012

With an odd and rather anomalous birth of seventeenth amendment consequent upon the deal, a strange marriage of convenience between...

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Islamic Republic of India – Islami Jumhoria Hind

by on Dec 2, 2011

Indians Muslims have never been Pakistanis and Bharati Hindus have never been Indians. All the self-importance the Bharat has been making a...

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What a Laugh

by on Oct 8, 2004

I never really like Mr. Aziz, even before he was tied up as Prime Minister. He always seemed arrogant and stuck-uppish. In his...

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Maulana Zafar Ali Khan

by on Mar 6, 2004

Writer, poet, journalist and freedom champ, Maulana Zafar Ali Khan was born at Kot Mehrath, District Sialkot [Punjab] in 1873. He received...

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The Story of Kargil

by on Dec 31, 2003

In the summer of 1999, a 73-days military conflict was fought at Kargil unveiling new insights into an asymmetric conflict wherein opposing...

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Quran and Science

by on Dec 19, 2003

The only book that is authored by God on the earth is Al-Quran was revealed in Arabic to Prophet Muhammad (SAW) over a period of...

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Eagle as a Symbol in Iqbal’s Poetry

by on Nov 25, 2003

The remarkable strength and courage of the eagle have inspired mankind throughout the ages. In ancient times the battles between the sun...

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If 9/11 had not happened

by on Oct 28, 2003

So well the adage goes that necessity is the mother of invention. We find that 9/11 was essentially an urgent need of the United States. If...

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Unparalleled Scientific Legacy of Islam

by on Jul 26, 2003

Islam is the primordial religion of man bearing an eternal validity. The word Islam basically means submission to God. As a way of life, it...

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Rights and Duties

by on Jun 17, 2003

We often talk and hear much about fundamental or human rights but we seldom talk or hear about fundamental or human duties. It stands to...

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Whats The Use?

by on Jun 13, 2003

My feelings about this country and what is going to become of it alters drastically from day to day. Some days I may feel as though there...

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Oil Politics

by on Jun 2, 2003

Oil is the most important commodity of the present times. The importance of oil cannot be denied. Oil is the major source of energy. It is...

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Sikander Hyat Khan

by on Jun 1, 2003

Please note that the family name is hyphenated and spelled HYAT-KHAN and not HAYAT KHAN as is commonly mis written in history texts. Punjab...

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Basic Ethics in Islam

by on May 13, 2003

Truthfulness Truthfulness is basis of all ethics and virtues. There is a truth of words, a truth of action and a truth of attitude. It is...

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Fall of Baghdad

by on Apr 10, 2003

Fall of Baghdad is a real blow to the idea of international law. The era of open American hegemony has started off and the will to empire...

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A Glimpse of the Quaid

by on Mar 19, 2003

The Quaid needed to be discovered, his mystery unraveled. Not for his own sake because his place in history is assured and he does not...

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But You Have To Admire Their Cunning

by on Mar 12, 2003

One byproduct of the Internet is the barrage of opinion pools that fill your In-box daily. “Do you believe in free-love?;...

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Fundamental Rights in Islam

by on Mar 4, 2003

In the West, though the issue of fundamental or (also called) human rights was raised by the thinkers of the post-Renaissance period, it is...

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What is New World Order?

by on Mar 4, 2003

Since the 1991 Persian Gulf War, the term “New World Order” has become well-known. There has been, however, no explanation as...

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A cry for the Ummah

by on Mar 4, 2003

Daybreak. As the sun rises and light begins to fall, the horror of what has occurred begins to rear its ugly face. Where once stood...

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Iqbal and Pakistan Movement

by on Mar 4, 2003

Allama Muhammad Iqbal was one of the greatest thinkers and poets of the Muslim world. He was not only a sage, a revolutionary...

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Dr. Annemarie Schimmel: A Great Scholar-Hermit

by on Mar 4, 2003

A leading German Islamicist, orientalist, scholar, literary figure, prolific writer and an authoress of more than hundred books who was...

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Axis of Evil

by on Feb 18, 2003

With an alarming message to every enemy of the United States: Even 7,000 miles away, across oceans and continents, on mountaintops and in...

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