Dr Naeem Chishti

  • According to the BBC, the British Foreign Office has admitted its role in persuading President Pervez Musharraf to resign from his office on August 18, 2008. In a statement issued in London, the British Foreign Office said that no formula was presented to the top Pakistani leadership to resolve the ...

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  • The controversy surrounding President Musharraf's impeachment has driven the whole nation crazy. The president's enemies not only want him to be impeached but also make him a lesson for future adventurers. On the other hand, his supporters also want him not only to stick to his guns but also fight ...

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  • If the Long March started in undue haste, its end was equally startling. Anti-Musharraf politicians in general and Aitzaz Ahsan in particular had been threatening with Long March ever since the CJ was axed along with sixty other judges of the superior courts by Musharraf through his notorious PCO ...

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  • An analytical study of Pakistan Peoples Party's proposed constitutional package, which was delivered by the Federal Law Minister Farooq Naek to the coalition partners on June 1, shows that the PPP not only treats General Musharraf's extra-constitutional acts as constitutional but is also determined ...

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  • PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif has asked the nation to get ready for a revolution as the mission of the February 18 elections has not yet been accomplished. Addressing a gathering of his charged party workers at the Aiwan-e-Iqbal on the 10th Yaum-e-Takbeer on May 28, he disclosed that PPP ...

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  • There have been at least four developments on the national scene on May 24, 2008 which point to the same direction. In first such development, the lawyers' fraternity restarted its movement for the restoration of the deposed Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and other judges of the Supreme ...

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