Fakhruddin Valika

  • Karachi is not a city which experiences the blessing of rainfall often unlike other parts of Pakistan. The residents of the coastal city, of all ages and backgrounds, yearn for rain, awaiting to find a retreat from the rising temperatures and relishing the calmer climate. From going on drives, ...

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  • Ever since the International Court of Justice order came out asking Pakistan to stall Kulbhushan Jadhav’s execution and provide him consular access, there has been great uproar in the media surrounding Pakistan’s legal agent Barrister Khawar Qureshi. There have been remarks and comments ...

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  • There is a storm coming in Sindh. A storm no one is taking notice of, especially the mainstream media and the ruling political parties. This storm is not the cyclone phet or Nilofer, rather it is one of a political nature that seeks institutional reform and change. No this is not Imran Khan’s ...

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  • It is a bold and admirable initiative by the Pakistani Government to merge the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) with the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK). The region of FATA as well as the Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) - the law of the land in the region - are both part of the ...

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  • There is always severe criticism for the “families only” policy which is practiced frequently in Pakistan. Hordes of men have posted on social media against such an inhumane policy that discriminates on the basis of gender. While the families only policy is frequently practiced in ...

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