5 Things Haunting Pakistan Today

By Hassan K. Bajwa

Spend some time watching any news channel or flip through a newspaper anywhere in the world and […]

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The Unpredictables – Part II: 1950s

By Fazal Abbas

Pakistan as a country has been through a number of highs and lows since traumatic partition in 1947 […]

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Textbook Nationalism

By Saad Hafiz

Prior to and since independence, both India and Pakistan have challenged and manipulated their joint histories for both political […]

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Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah addresses to the nation on partition on 15 Aug 1947

Malik Omaid

Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s vision for the Pakistani state was never controversial. It was nothing new to the people Jinnah […]

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Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s speech on 14 August 1947

Pak Tea House is sharing another speech from the founder of Pakistan, M A Jinnah. These speech’s are being shared […]

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Is this Jinnah’s Pakistan?

By Fazal Abbas

 
As the Independence Day, August 14, comes nearer national flags can be seen — hoisted on the government […]

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Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s speech of June 3, 1947

Pak Tea House is sharing this speech for our readers delivered by Quaid-e-Azam on 3rd June 1947 from the All […]

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Pakistan, Where Hate Crimes are a Norm

Raza Rumi tells us as why the latest Gujrawala massacre of Ahmadi homes where 4 people, including an unborn baby […]

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Are Pakistan and Israel Similar Ideological States?

By Fazal Abbas
The Israeli onslaught on Gaza enters its third week; more and more evidence of atrocities is being made […]

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1857: War of Independence or Sepoy Mutiny?

The following is a recent exchange between Yasser Latif Hamdani and Tarek Fatah on the issue of whether 1857 was […]

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Servants, not masters

by Saad Hafiz
In the aftermath to the country’s independence, Mr Jinnah clearly articulated the role of the military: “Do not […]

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