Senate passed information bill

ISLAMABAD: The Senate unanimously passed on Tuesday the much-demanded access to information bill, which grants citizens complete access to the record of public authorities. The landmark legislation is expected to make the government more accountable regarding corruption and inefficiency, besides ensuring good governance, sound economy and the respect for human…

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De facto as de jure

The clash between de jure (the constitutional system) and de facto (the deep state epitomised by the JIT) predicted and feared by many has taken place in the form of the judicial coup. The de facto has dressed up as the de jure. The post Panama verdict political scenario is…

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Young Afghans being trafficked to Pakistan to learn ways of Taliban: NYT report

Kabul: Police in Afghanistan`s eastern Ghazni province have revealed that young Afghans are being taken illegally to Pakistan`s south western Baluchistan province to study in religious seminaries or madrassas to learn the ways of the Taliban. According to a New York Times (NYT) report, the objective this secret exercise is…

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