Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Hypocrisy of Qazi Hussain Ahmed, Jamat-e-Islami, Sufi Muhammad, Daily Dawn and The News.
Not a single word would be mine just go through two statements of Former Jamat-e-Islami Chief Qazi Hussain Ahmed and compare that these two statements which were published in two noted Pakistan’s Daily Newspapers conflicting each other and by the way .. on Daily Dawn – Pakistan which published the statement of Qazi Hussain Ahmed in its hard copy but the same news is no where to be seen on its internet edition/website.
Qazi Hussain Ahmed, 3rd Vandal in Chief/Amir of Jamat-e-Islami [Coalition Partner of another American Backed Military Dictator of Pakistan General Pervez Musharraf 1999 – 2008]
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HYDERABAD, PAKISTAN. Inspector General (IG) Jails Sindh and Sindh Home Secretary have said that convicts are being kept under strict watch in jails after mobile phones seized from them. They said that after shifting of one under trial prisoner from Central Jail to Nara Jail prisoners resorted to violence, climbed on the roof tops of different barracks and lit bonfires in protest against his transfer. Talking to journalists after appearing before the Sindh High Court’s Hyderabad circuit bench in a Constitutional Petition filed by Advocate Ayaz Latif Palijo on behalf of the four prisoners of Central Jail Hyderabad and in another suo motu case they admitted that the jail department was facing some problems, which were being addressed. The High Court expressed its displeasure and disappointment over the conduct of DIG prisons and Superintendent Jail over handling of jail affairs. The IG Jails and Homes Secretary sought time to file their comments and case was adjourned to 19th May 2009.
Continue reading Petition filed against Jail torture & maltreatment of prisoners in Sindh-Pakistan
by K. Ashraf
Jinnah tried his best to avoid partition. Until last moment he demanded Congress to provide constitutional guarantees to protect Muslims rights in Hindu majority India. Congress leadership denied these demands under the pretext of communalism. They tried to defer the issue until after Brits would leave India. Congress party’s denial to accommodate Muslims in India led to partition. Had Congress leadership agreed to Jinnah’s demand of providing constitutional guarantees for Muslims met there would have been no partition…
Continue reading Jinnah & Congress
By Nadeem F Paracha
Courtey: Chowk dot com
Student politics in Pakistan has had a history of mixed fortunes and shades. Though extremely tumultuous, it is also a history of rich democratic traditions. Before student unions were banned by the Zia-ul-Haq dictatorship in 1984, their activities were conducted through regular annual elections in universities and colleges.
Continue reading Student Politics in Pakistan: A Profile