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Imran Khan Declares To End Islamabad Protest, Nationwide Protest

Islamabad: PTI leader Imran Khan has announced to end the Islamabad sit-in and nationwide protest followed by terror attack in Peshawar.
Pakistani media reported that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan declared to end the sit-in of PTI worker and nationwide protest against rigging in…- 9 more words


Face Saving

As a political worker I am disgusted, extremely disgusted. I am shocked; I am saddened on Peshawar Incident and the memories of the people of Pakistan. 840 more words

Sethi & Taseer: Pakistan’s politicians are promoting conspiracy theories to avoid talking about terrorism

Peshawar, Pakistan — AT 3 p.m. on Wednesday, this city was striped with dust and light. Outside the main ward of the Lady Reading Hospital, where five teenage Muslim boys lay fighting for their lives, a Christian had come bearing roses. 768 more words

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Can Taliban apologist Imran Khan reinvent himself and his politics once again?

As the death toll from the Peshawar school attack mounted, Pakistan Movement for Justice (PTI) chairman Imran Khan called off his anti-government protests. It was a quiet end to a movement that started with pomp and gusto. 1,204 more words


Raza (Ahmad) Rumi is a Pakistani author “Raza Rumi” is a nom de plume employed to keep the writer’s opinions and writings separate from his day jobs, which is policy adviser and development practitioner. 736 more words


Newsflash: Pakistani Taliban Kill Lots of Innocent Children (Sardonic Edition)

Here are my three favorite commentaries on the Pakistani Taliban’s recent attack on a school in Peshawar:

KABUL: The Afghan Taliban have condemned a raid on a school in Peshawar that left 141 dead in the country’s bloodiest ever terror attack, saying killing innocent children was against Islam.

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Our leader is Pakistan Khan!

We all saw what Imran Khan said today to end the 126 day sustained protest against what is necessary to move this nation forward; it is not simply about election reforms or irregularities, it is about the fundamental rights of the people to choose their representatives. 332 more words