Blame the Human heart - Insaf Blog by Salman Ali Khan

  Since September 11th 2001, the world has witnessed a phenomenal increase in Islamophobia and with it neo-atheism. The term neo-atheism describes a newer form of atheism which suggests that all religions are deceptive and destructive and the truth can only be sought through science. The proponents of this ideology believe that everything which has no scientific reason or proof should be...

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Stop comparing Nawaz Sharif to Jahangir Tareen - By Majeed Lashari

Both Nawaz Sharif and Jahangir Tareen are undeniably ‘mammoth political entities’. However, the dissimilarities in their characteristics are manifest. Accountability must be across the board, but the media’s viciously synonymous treatment of ‘both entities’, since being disqualified under Article 62(1)(F), is an unfair presumption which will be robustly rebutted through an in-depth and holistic...

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Nawaz Sharif, Traitor or Trader - Insaf Blog by Syed Haider Raza Mehdi

  There's a famous dialogue attributed to Abu Sufyan in the movie "The Message" where he refuses to re-attack the Muslim forces who had defeated the Meccan hordes at Oudh. One person asks him..."What about your honour Abu Sufyan....?"  Abu Sufyan responds, pointing to the loads of merchandise on the camels *" .....My honour lies on the backs of the camels....". While the movie...

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The Straw man Fallacy - Insaf Blog by Mnnal Shahid

  The Straw Man Fallacy and PMLN's entire anti-establishment Narrative   If there's anything that can sum up PML-N's recent oh-so-pro-democracy narrative of "Vote Ko Izzat Dou" it's simply this fallacy called "The Straw Man Fallacy" Let's brainstorm, shall we?  Here are some points that need to be thought and observed:: - Did Establishment put Nawaz Sharif on gun point...

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Enough is Enough - Insaf Blog by Maleeka Bukhari

  Activism is on the rise as women across the world are rallying together to ensure their voices are heard, and the gains made in human rights are not held back by any discriminatory practices and anti-women laws. Globally, there is also a sharp increase in the representation of women within public office, as Parliaments are evolving to become more representative of the society. This...

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Another political suicide attempt-Insaf Blog by Sarah Ahmed

  When I was twelve, I was playing a game of ludo with my cousin. Minute after minute, her ludo pieces were being killed. Frustrated, she threw the board and started weeping. It was fairly obvious that she got two things out of doing so ; one, she did it to get the matter addressed by my mother who was in the kitchen, two, she did it to make sure that none of us could play because she was a...

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Neeyat, Koshish Aur Kamyabi - Insaf Blog by Razi Ali

اللہ نے انسان کے ہاتھ میں صرف نیت اور کوشش دی ہے، کامیابی و ناکامی کا فیصلہ وہ کرتا ہے، جی بھائیو اور بہنوں آج بات ایک ایسے بندے کی کرونگا جس نے اپنی زندگی میں آنے والے ہر چیلنج کو قبول کیا ہے اور ہمیشہ سرخرو ہوا... جی ہاں بات کسی اور کی نہیں ہو رہی بات فخر پاکستان اور نیازی خاندان کے چشم و چراغ جناب عمران خان کی ہو رہی ہے قدرت بہت کم لوگوں پر اس طرح اپنی فیاضی نچھاور کرتی ہے۔ عمران خان ایک کھاتے...

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Imran Khan's 11 Points, been there done that - Insaf Blog by Sajeer Alam

After witnessing the Jalsa on 29th April being a KP resident, I started to wonder if Imran Khan would be able to fulfill the 11 point agenda when he becomes Prime Minister of Pakistan.  I started comparing developments & changes that had taken place in my province. Here is what Imran Khan has achieved in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa‬: 1. Education ::  The budget has been increased to over...

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The Wild Flower blossoms again! Insaf Blog by Zartaj Gul Wazir

FATA as The Wild Flower – a show of its fierce independence and resilience, is still a proud feature of Pakistan. Growing up in the rugged gorgeous land of Waziristan, I was weaned on the values of unflinching loyalty to Pakistan and of tribal courage and never-say-die attitude. Moving onwards to the current political flux now. The symbol of Pakistan’s federation, PTI’s Chairman Imran Khan has...

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Punjab on the brink of Catastrophe - By Fawad Chaudhry

Punjab a province known for its lush green landscape, it's flourishing fields full of harvest yield and it's ability to be the breakfast basket of the entire nation. A land which was known for its rich culture, art, a hub of education and the ability to sync in people from all ethnicities of Pakistan is on the brink of catastrophe. Although the story has gotten old by now, unfortunately it has...

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Biggest threat to Pakistan - Insaf Blog by Dr. Nadia Mubarik

It is predicted that Pakistan will face  severe effects of climate change and global warming. Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, under the Billion Tree Tsunami Afforestation Project, planted 1 billion and 180 million trees across the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa till now to mitigate the impact of climate change.  As there will be extreme shortage of water in Pakistan in the coming...

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Nawaz Sharif Ka Hamla Aur Wajoojaat - Insaf Blog by Mohammad Tehseen

پاکستان اور بھارت ستر سال سے ایک دوسرے کے خلاف پراکسی وارز لڑ رہے ہیں۔ لیکن آپ کو ہر حال میں اپنے وطن کے مفاد کو مقدم رکھنا ہوتا ہے۔ اور جب آپ ملک کے سربراہ رہ چکے ہوں تو آپ اس کا حلف بھی لے چکے ہوتے ہیں کیونکہ آپ کے سینے میں بہت سے راز ہوتے ہیں۔ کچھ پاکستانی اب بھی نواز شریف کے اس بلنڈر کا دفاع کرتے نظر آرہے ہیں۔ ان سے عرض ہے کہ کلبھوشن کا نام تو سنا ہوگا آپ نے؟ اگرچہ پاکستان کے تین بار کے وزیر...

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Imran Khan-Pakistan’s Mahathir Mohammad - Insaf Blog by Yasir Imtiaz

On Wednesday, 09 May 2018 Pakistan had felt the terrible jolts of 6.4 Richter scale earthquakes. And at the same time Malaysians also faced a political earth quake in the shape of Mahathir Mohammad. Ex Leader of Malaysia aged 92 years would take oath on Thursday, 10 May 2018 after shocking election victory over his rival Najib Razak, the most scandal-plagued premier of Malaysia, which the country...

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Pakistan's HR opts for abroad - Insaf Blog by Sarah Ahmad

Brain drain means migration of highly skilled, intellectual and technical forces to foreign lands.   Brain drain is becoming a very serious issue for Pakistan. It is reported that in 2013, 2.7 million Pakistanis had left the country in the preceding five years to find better work opportunities. This is an alarming condition as Pakistan is losing its human capital rapidly which directly...

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Imran Khan - Aik Umeed - Insaf Blog by Khawaja Ans

عمران خان؟ یہ نام ذہن میں آتے ہی ایسا لگتا جیسا ایک بہت اچھا خواب دیکھ رہے ہو۔ایک نئے پاکستان کا خواب جہاں دہشت گردی نہ ہو، پولیس رشوت نہ کھائے، ادارے قانون کے ماتحت ہوں، غریب اور امیر سب کے لیے قانون برابر ہو۔ کیا ہم ایک ایسا پاکستان جاگتی آنکھوں سے دیکھ سکیں گے؟ ہم نوجوانوں نے جب سے ہوش سنبھالا اس ملک کو دن بدن کمزور ہوتے، حالات بگڑتے ہی دیکھے ہیں، شریفوں اور زرداریوں نے ہمیں بہت لوٹا ، لیکن...

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