Ayaz Ahmed Pirzada

  • Ayaz Ahmed Pirzada The media in North America is highly sceptical of fairness of presidential elections in Afghanistan to be held tomorrow. There are many questions on the attempt to send a message by the occupation forces to the Western taxpayers that democracy is taking root in Afghanistan. The ...

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  • The speech in Cairo of President Barak Hussein Obama was watched with keen interest by over one and a half billion people around the world. Obama's eulogistic comments for Islam and quotations from the Holy Quran were very well taken in the Muslim countries. But back home some commentators and ...

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  • The mayhem in Mumbai has been condemned all over the globe and Pakistan has offered all possible cooperation to India to help probe the ghastly incident. Brutal killing of innocent people and the whole episode of carnage has raised more questions than answers. It is of utmost importance to know; ...

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  • The US media has offered all kinds of comments about President Asif Ali Zardari. There is divergence of views at the official and media levels .The US administration officially has so far not been critical of Zardari's handling of war against terrorism or his efforts to dig roots of democracy in ...

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  • This year the Independence Day would be celebrated in the most tumultuous and turbulent politically charged circumstance never seen before in our history. A nation of 160 million is under siege of uncertainty and anxiety about the future of their country. There is open confrontation between ...

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  • Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has reached America on his first state visit representing Pakistan which at present is in a leaderless drift even after four months of the February elections. He is undertaking this visit when the country's economy is in worst shape to say the least. Inflation, sky ...

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  • Historically relations between Pakistan have been plagued by mistrust and misgivings. After independence Pakistan treated Afghanistan as a brotherly Muslim neighbor which had historic links with Muslims of India. But Afghanistan was the only the only country which had opposed Pakistan's entry into ...

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  • There is a sudden surge in diplomatic activities aimed at putting more pressure on Iran to give up its nuclear ambitions. President Bush and Prime Minister Gordon Brown have threatened further and stricter sanctions against the Islamic Republic if it does not stop its programme of uranium ...

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