Saria Benazir

  • She was Pakistan’s Joan of Arc. The celebrated ‘Daughter of the East’ took over the mantle of leadership of the country’s most populous political movement in her bare twenties when her father and Pakistan’s first democratically elected Prime Minister was put to gallows ...

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  • It’s the edges of the maps that fascinate…” The Ministry of Home Affairs of the self-applauded biggest democratic state is fairly besotted with the subtext from the novel ‘The Bone Clocks’. Borders, on several occasions ensnare lawmakers into incongruity, contrary to ...

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  • The PPP Chairperson’s origination of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir election campaign on Saturday in Kotli, was discolored by the prejudice of the country’s former Prime Minister for probably the most persecuted religious community in Pakistan. The remarks eulogized the PPP government of ...

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