Daily Archive: Friday, May 11, 2012

Students at National college beat up principal

Members of a student group resorted to hooliganism at the Government National College and severely beat up the college’s principal for disallowing them to

Breaking Pakistan’s feudal system

By Asad Rahim Khan ‘Feudalism’, as a term, has evolved over the ages. In much of the world, it is a system that is discussed

“Rule of the Danda” in Pakistan

By Aasim Sajjad Akhtar AS Pakistan’s love-hate relationship with the mythical ‘rule of law’ unfolds, the very real rule of the danda continues to

Red Cross freezes operation’s after murder of aid worker

ISLAMABAD – The Red Cross on Thursday suspended most of its aid projects in Pakistan and recalled foreign staff to the capital, following the brutal murder

George Clooney to host fundraiser as Obama’s activist in chief

George Clooney, who hosts a star-studded fundraiser for Barack Obama Thursday, is a Hollywood A-lister turned activist for liberal causes like Sudan, Haiti –