Fe’reeha Idrees

  • After days of speculation by certain section of media, which only wants to play up with stories, we can now reveal with authority the actual status of Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition and the role of former Pakistan army chief General Raheel Sharif as its commander-in-chief. We were ...

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  • Islamabad   -  Prime Minister Imran Khan said clearly while hosting a meeting with a group of prominent journalists on Saturday at Banigala that a sweating section in opposition and media is depicting a picture of “doom and gloom” only to “sabotage his ...

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  • Is Turkey fast losing its right of freedom of speech? This hypothesis seemed a bit surreal and almost unrealistic in the beginning but proved to be alarmingly true. Turkey stands tall amongst many Muslim countries offering freedom of religion, and as a modern example of a strong economy which ...

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  • A few years back, Pakistan’s former President Musharraf embroiled in an unprecedented controversy when he made an infamous statement on the prevalence of rape. “You must understand the environment in Pakistan. This [rape] has become a money-making concern,” he said. “A lot ...

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  • It was perhaps always predictable whenever a peace dialogue would start between the Government of Pakistan and the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, the debate will be maneuvered towards implementation of sharia law. It is however surprising how the debate has completely been hijacked by the ...

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  • For months Pakistani leaders have been sitting in a stasis, in utter confusion on how to proceed further in tackling the deadly Taliban who are fast succeeding in gaining foothold in certain parts of the country, in particular KPK and FATA regions. That the Taliban and their offshoot are getting ...

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  • “April is the cruellest month, breedingLilacs out of the dead land, mixingMemory and desires, stirringDull roots with spring rain.”– T.S. Eliot in the Waste Land On April 29, 1999, Jessica Lal, a model working as a celebrity barmaid at a socialite party in New Delhi, was shot in ...

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  • “Tell all the truth, but tell it slant.” – Emily Dickenson Despite my best efforts, I have failed to understand how can people distort, slant or twist a reality and yet claim it to be true! For slanted words are no less dangerous than corrupt minds. Perhaps, truth is a ...

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  • They say stories of great consequence start as a simple tale. Like Adam wishing to taste wheat, Mohammed (peace be upon him) visiting mount Hira or Jesus taking out his herd of sheep. The story of the making of Pakistan is by no means any less dynamic yet simple. It all started in 1947, with the ...

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