All posts tagged: Ikhlaq Jehan

When Elephants Fight, Grass Suffers

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has initiated work on the technical aspects of e-voting after the country’s parliament passed the electronic voting and voting right for Pakistanis living abroad in the next general elections in 2023. The first committee will examine the technical aspects, the second financial cost of the process, and the third […]

Witnessing Decades of Betrayal

Controversy erupted after Foreign Minister of Pakistan Shah Mahmood Qureshi told CNN anchor Bianna Golodryga that ‘Israel’ is losing “the media war, despite their connections.” The anchor swiftly asked the Pakistani leader to explain those “connections.” The Foreign Ministry dismissed the assertions in a statement on Friday, saying the remarks could not be “construed as […]

Once Bitten Twice Shy

On 23rd March 2021 Pakistan celebrated 81 years of the resolution passed for the creation of Pakistan. Message from President Dr. Arif Alvi for Pakistan Day. “On this Pakistan Day, we pay homage to the founding fathers of Pakistan whose services and sacrifices led to the creation of a separate homeland for the Muslims of […]

Government of Pakistan Playing Shamelessly with the Education of its Children

It appears that the Pakistani Government is bent upon throwing the education sector of this country into a mire of uncertainty. The Punjab Text Book Board has introduced a new No-Objection Certificate (NOC) criterion for hundreds of private publishers who have been printing and publishing learning and teaching materials for the schools of Punjab. (The […]