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Daska by-elections: Even if PTI loses ‘heavens wouldn’t fall’ By Nusrat...

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For the past two months, a peculiar group of dream merchants has diligently been promoting the story that after completing two years in...

Yousaf Raza Gilani, a candidate for Senate from Sindh By Nusrat...

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Qasim Suri, Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, never cared to act like a fair referee. He firmly believes that the Imran government...

Arabic as a compulsory subject ’By Nusrat Javed

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With passion-driven consensus the Senate of Pakistan has passed a highly significant law Monday evening. After approval by the national assembly, it would make...

Notes from the Press Gallery ’By Nusrat Javed

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I am seriously tired of repeatedly reminding while writing this column that the ongoing session of the upper house of parliament had been ENFORCED...

Notes from the Press Gallery …’By Nusrat Javed

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I am seriously tired of repeatedly reminding while writing this column that the ongoing session of the upper house of parliament had been...

If wishes were…’By Nusrat Javed

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Being hardened political activists, Raza Rabbani and Pervez Rashid seemed to have finally realised Tuesday that a session of the Senate, the opposition had...

‘Federal schemes on islands under provincial jurisdiction’ ’By Nusrat Javed

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By delivering a passionate but argument-based speech, Raza Rabbani, a veteran parliamentarian and former Chairman Senate surely conveyed a frightening message Monday afternoon. Recalling a...

Chapter closed, in short ’By Nusrat Javed

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Since 1985, I have been reporting and commenting on parliamentary proceedings. But the experience accumulated during a huge spread of thirty-five years, completely...

Unbearable polarisation among extremes of political spectrum ’By Nusrat Javed

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Without dealing even with one item, put on the day’s agenda, the national assembly had to be adjourned Monday afternoon for the lack of...

The tide is definitely set to turn from now on ’By...

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Parliamentary sessions would traditionally begin with the first working day of a week. We are living in interesting times, though. And the Imran government...