Pakistan






Martial law is inevitable in Pakistan

Martial law is inevitable in Pakistan

In Pakistan, it was the agitation by the Pakistan National Alliance that led to the imposition of martial law by Gen Zia-ul-Haq in 1977. When chaos, turmoil, and disarray go beyond a certain level, the army inevitably steps in. Nature does not like a vacuum.









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Dark days are ahead in Pakistan

By Justice Markandey Katju The Pak Govt and Tehreek-e-Labaik Party (TLP ) have agreed to place the issue of expelling the French Ambassador before the Pak Parliament at 3 p.m. today ( 3.30 p.m. Indian…


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The demand of treating Punjabi as equal to Urdu is wholly justified: Justice Katju

By Justice Markandey Katju Tomorrow, 14th March is being celebrated as Punjab Culture Day https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/ludhiana/celebrating-tomorrow-in-paks-punjab-with-an-offical-order-the-punjab-culture-day-7226330/ The demand of treating Punjabi as equal to Urdu is wholly justified. Our subcontinent is a land of great diversity,…


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Alice in Puristan : the King of Puristan

Alice in Puristan By Justice Markandey Katju One summer day a little girl called Alice was dozing in a meadow when she saw a white rabbit in a blue coat running on two legs, exclaiming…


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The Future of Pakistan: Interesting times are coming

By Justice Markandey Katju, former Judge, Indian Supreme Court I had earlier written an article titled ‘Bas ho chuki namaz musalla uthaiye‘ which was published in nayadaur.tv. In that article I had mentioned that despite…