Political FATA and its future

FATA, the tribal areas have certain treaty relations with Pakistan. Under the constitution of 1973 these areas are given a special status, as the jurisdiction of this constitution does not apply there but they are still ruled by the regulations made by the British’s in 1901, to govern these areas.
Ijaz Khan

Fata Reforms, Confusion and indecisiveness

Rewaj Regulations could have become acceptable as a bad part of a whole package, which contained a phased merger with KP and extension of Peshawar High Court and Supreme Court jurisdiction.
Ayoub Khan

Justice for Pashtuns

Pashtuns are requesting their equitable right which is the privilege of each Pakistan living in the nation, along these lines, it isn't just the obligation of Pashtuns

Women in public; Harassment of daughters, sisters by sons, brothers

About 52% of our population is women, 34.4% of them are the working women in our male dominated society. When you harass a woman, you harass a daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother.
Ayoub Khan

How much Pashtuns are responsible for their plight

This article reviews the current situation of Pashtuns of both countries Pakistan and Afghanistan and the nature and structures of Pashtun society.
M. Kamran

Time to put an end to the black law FCR in FATA

It’s the time to ensure the equal rights to the citizen of FATA, all those rights which is enjoyed by the citizen of Punjab and other provinces.
Ijaz Khan

A FATA-L delay

If the change is announced after a few months, it will face more problems than it would have faced earlier. Dragging feet on Fata’s merger with KP will have negative political implications for the state of Pakistan.
Hamza Ali Abbasi

Thank you Imran Khan

Thank you for NAMAL, Shaukat Khanum Lahore & now Shaukat Khanum Peshawar. Insha Allah one day you will be smiling like this when Shaukat Khanum Karachi will be inaugurated.

Oppression of Tribal women for cultural relativity

The concept of 'independent and free tribesmen of FATA' advocates their cultural superiority and discourages tampering with their traditions regarding women
Afrasiab Khattak

Wounds of Waziristan

The process is totally monopolized by civil and military bureaucrats who have insisted on signing of the humiliating “social contract” for the repatriation.

A meeting with FATA youth, FSO members

One thing I must say about the FSO; “These FATA youth do what FATA MP’s couldn’t do the last ten years.” Their voice is more strong.

Democratic Pakistan – Liberal or Islamic state

There is a need to create Pakistan to be a modern democratic state with freedoms of beliefs, and religion.
Kamran

The U.S Presidential election: Liberalism vs Fascism

There is a dire need to understand the dramatic shifts in the world politics and the world leaders are required to think and act wisely.

From terror to trade: Eight reasons Pakistanis want a peace process

Carefully staged “surprise diplomacy” by Indian PM Narendra Modi and his warm reception by Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif break a logjam in bilateral relations.
Waqas

Change is the name of ‘Survival’

Whoever wants to survives longer than their breaths must embrace the changes before embracing the last breath.

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