Multicultural March

Sarwat Hassan, Journalist, Tribune International (Australia) Multicultural March has been a great initiative by the NSW government to promote multicultural events in NSW. The credit goes to the Premier of NSW, Mr.... Read more »

Visit of the Remains of Holocaust in Poland

By Shah A Siddiqui It was mid-summer of 1986 when I decided to go to Karakow and Oswiecm (Auschwitz) with my family for sightseeing and also to explore the history of the... Read more »

America’s Secret War in 134 Countries

By Nick Turse The deployment of US Special Operations forces is a growing form of overseas power projection. They operate in the green glow of night vision in Southwest Asia and stalk... Read more »

It’s a ‘do or die’ situation for Pakistan

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan Terrorists’ attacks, bomb blasts, target killings, more dead and more threats by Taliban. On the other hand more regrets and more condolences by the government and state’s... Read more »

Australia Day: A showcase of our multiculturalism

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan Winning Community Services Awards by the ethnic groups on Australia Day is a recognition of the contributions of the people who came from different part of the... Read more »

A New Generation of Doctors Start Training in NSW Hospitals

By NSW Premier, Barry O’Farrell I recently met with a group of medical graduates at Sydney’s Westmead Hospital during their orientation day. They were some of the record number of graduates to... Read more »

Who was Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto?

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan On his 85th birthday  In 1958, Field Marshal General Ayub Khan established military rule in Pakistan through the first introduction of Marshall Law in the country. In... Read more »

Altaf, Divisions, Fairness and Justice

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan As soon as Altaf Hussain said, if Urdu-Speaking Sindhis are not liked by the rulers then they should be given a separate province, all the scattered politicians... Read more »

Planned Killing in Guise of Judicial Trial in Bangladesh

 By Firoz Mahboob Kamal The Judicial Murder  At the end, Shaikh Hasina’s autocratic regime could successfully hang one of her political foes. The hanged man was Abdul Qader Mollah – the assistant... Read more »

Putin Controls the Chessboard, Obama’s In Deep Trouble

By Dave Hodges Ed Snowden told us that we were being spied upon. Everyone, outside the sheep in this country already knew that. Therefore, it is child’s play to conclude that Snowden... Read more »

Is Sri Lanka’s Eelaam Project shaping into a Reality?

A question on everyone’s mind is whether TNA would be able to achieve what Prabakaran could not and why the Government that stopped Prabakaran would allow an Eelam to emerge under its... Read more »

Americans and America should be more important than Syrians

By Shenali D Waduge President Obama and his Government, in fact even the Republicans appear far more concerned about deaths of Syrians in Syria by rebels that the US and Allies are arming,... Read more »

Putin Controls the Chessboard, Obama’s In Deep Trouble

By Dove Hodge Ed Snowden told us that we were being spied upon. Everyone, outside the sheep in this country already knew that. Therefore, it is child’s play to conclude that Snowden... Read more »

Measuring race relations in Singapore

By Zuraidah Ibrahim Half empty or half full–this is the usual way to describe the state of race relations in Singapore. For the longest time, I took comfort in gauging it this way.... Read more »

Terry Jones versus the World of Islam

By Saeed Qureshi Terry Jones a throwback fanatic from the flock of the Middle Ages Christian crusaders does it again. But this time the local administration preempted his insidious attempt by arresting... Read more »

The Solution of Karachi’s fiasco

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan An ordinary mind can understand that a system which has been built on divisions, discriminations, and corruptions cannot be fixed by targeted operations, reshuffling of administration’s heads,... Read more »

Does this democratic system represent 180 million People of Pakistan?

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan Can less than 40 percent turn-out in elections justify political parties to claim representation of 180 million Pakistanis …. Is it an ignorant attitude or traditional loyalty... Read more »

The Health Policy of PML (N)

By Dr Ghayur Ayub In December 1997, the Cabinet of the then Prime Minister, Mr Nawaz Sharif, approved a comprehensive National Health Policy based on definition of health as prescribed by WHO... Read more »

A Muslim Woman in Multicultural Australia

By: Sarwat Hassan My identity empowers me to serve my country Different – that is the common word heard when one speaks about a Muslim woman living in Australia. Conservative– another term... Read more »

A Nation is known by its actions

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan Election phobia ended, millions of dollars of state treasury were spent on holding elections in the country by the election commission and more than that were spent... Read more »

Muslim representation in Lok Sabha

By Tanvir Salim, Your voice is your strength in a democratic setup. The more you are, merrier you are. Muslims are in a good number in India, but their voices are not... Read more »

Elections 2013: Pakistan Embraces Modernity, Rejects Liberalism

By Usman Khalid May 11 Elections in Pakistan has produced no surprises but they are a watershed in its history. All the four parties in the ruling coalition over the past five... Read more »

From Reading of Articles to Exploration of Universe

By Saeed Qureshi Writing of opinion columns or articles and posting these on Internet is becoming a futile or purposeless undertaking as very few people read these thoroughly. More or less, the... Read more »

A scathing look at journalism in Pakistan

By Shaheen Sehbai This article has been submitted for publication to all major newspapers in Pakistan. Every one in the present morally, intellectually and financially depleted Pakistan — the print media and its... Read more »