Twitter Trends: Movies in Naya Pakistan

Malik Omaid

Since Sunday, #NayaPakistanMovies is trending in Pakistan like a roller coaster. Lots of people mostly those against the Dharna’s […]

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Twitter enables free expression for Army officials

Malik Omaid
It is difficult to determine if the twitter handles operating as Army officials are real or fake but they […]

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What about the common man?

By Saniya Ahmad

It has been 3 weeks since the Azadi/Inquilaab March started. Thousands of people came out of their homes […]

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Hope for the Best

By Obaidullah Khan

The very first thought occurred to my mind after hearing the news of Model Town incident, in the […]

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Friends, Romans and Countrymen, lend me your Ears

By Bisma Tirmizi

The system of democracy is not an effigy or idol that the people are to worship, it’s a […]

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When the Umpire Raised the Finger: General Zia- imposing Martial Law (5-07-1977)

Malik Omaid

Pak Tea House is sharing this video of dictator Zia ul Haq announcing Matial Law in the country on […]

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Media power and freedoms under threat in Pakistan

In a few fiery tweets Raza Rumi explains the genesis of the current crisis in Pakistan.
 
[View the story “Media power […]

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Dharna Duet not for Democracy says Nasim Zehra

Malik Omaid
“Nasim Zehra’s excellent tweets on the partisan role of (some) media & the complex web of forces & interests […]

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Getting democracy right

by Saad Hafiz

John Adams, the US’s second president, once pronounced: “Democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts and murders itself. […]

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Is Pakistan’s PM Sharif in Trouble?

Raza Rumi’s tweets sum up the underlying causes for the current political chaos.
 
Raza Rumi points out the Irony of PMLN […]

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Once upon a time there was Pakistan

By Shahzada Muhammad Ali

Problems? Poverty, lawlessness, inflation, nepotism, robbery, forgery, money laundering, smuggling, land grabbing, extortion, drug trafficking, corruption, black […]

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