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IT comes as a matter of relief that the National Assembly Standing Committee on Information Technology and Telecom...
Money is fungible, and funds given for a particular purpose should not be diverted for other purposes.
The sheer magnitude of what was done in January by parliament has thus once again come into focus.
'Most of the children presented on the programmes were either street children or orphans.'
The state needs to address the issue of extremism on the campus before more space is lost to murderous ideologies.
The Rohingya community has for generations been persecuted, denied recognition and subjected to forced labour.
It should be noted that the Axact empire is still fundamentally rooted in IT.
There is no time better than now to tackle this issue that lies at the root of religious intolerance.
Where are all the gas infrastructure projects for which such massive sums of money are supposedly being raised?
The state needs to examine how it can improve security protocols to better protect police officers.
Undocumented economy is a structural weakness that has been worsening for at least the last three decades.
The PCB has done what it could. The baton has now been passed on to the security officials.
If the NDS and ISI can find a way to ratchet up cooperation, it will ratchet down tensions in the bilateral relations.
Once again, the state is demonstrating its pusillanimity.
The military-backed regime is using the courts to crush all opponents to the dispensation headed by al-Sisi.
The agony of the family in Lahore that was struck with tragedy in the early hours of Sunday is unimaginable.
The institutional vacuum that Lt Gen Mukhtar described is perhaps more relevant today than it has ever been in Sindh.