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WWW.JUSTICEDENIEDPK.COMTim Horton, HalalWritten by Hakim HazikImam Abu Hanifa came. He came in a Mercedes 450 GL SUV. He wore shiny new Gucci shoes and a snow white Armani cloak, as opposed to the starched khaki of General Bajwa who was his chief of staff and carried his lota and his staff.
COMMENTSending Pakistan to MarsWritten by Pervez HoodbhoyWhen spacecraft Mangalyaan successfully entered the Martian orbit in late September after a 10-month journey, India erupted in joy. Costing more than an F-16 but less than a Rafale, Mangalyaan’s meticulous planning and execution established India as a space-faring country.
PICKET LINEThe terror of anti-terrorism in Gilgit-BaltistanWritten by Farzana BariThe Anti-Terrorism Courts (ATCs) were established after promulgation of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) 1997, to fast-track cases against terrorists. In addition to terrorism, a range of other crimes such as arms trafficking, kidnapping, ...
COMMENTARYThe marvelous Malala: A real moment of joy for Pakistani womenWritten by Bushra KhaliqWell done, Malala! Every Pakistani is proud of you. Today you have made our head high. After Dr. Abdus Salam, Malala is second person who has shown other side of Pakistan and introduced terror-torn Pakistan’s soft face to the world and provided us a moment of real joy.
BOOK REVIEWThe myths of Indian nationalismWritten by Nagesh RaoFirst published as a series of essays in the London Review of Books, this is a provocative book that deftly cuts through the mythologies of Indian nationalism. The essays and the book have elicited several critical responses from Indian readers...
REPORTAGEEvo Morales: 'A win for nationalisation over privatisation'Written by Monitoring Desk“This was a debate on two models: nationalisation or privatisation,” Bolivian President Evo Morales told a large gathering of supporters after being re-elected with a large majority on October 12. “Nationalisation won with more than 60 percent.” As a result of policies such as nationalisation of key industries...
PAK TEA HOUSEIslamophobia and the Politics of EmpireWritten by Sofia AriasIslamophobia and the Politics of Empire appears in a period when major American Muslim organizations have focused, especially in the Obama era, on a political strategy that revolves around interfaith dialogue, public relations campaigns, and collaboration with government officials and law enforcement.
FOCUS‘Warring sides in Balochistan are irreconcilable. Pak left sides with state on national question’Written by Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur/Farooq Sulehria“The Tutak mass graves, where over a hundred bodies were buried, were the work of strategic assets”, says Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur. Noted intellectual, columnist and an activist for Baloch national liberation, Muhammad Ali Talpur has spent his life championing for the Baloch cause.
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