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A day after winning the Nobel Peace Prize along with Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satyarthi, India's best-known face against child labour, said that he spoke to the Pakistani teenager and told her that they must work for peace between their countries. Malala appreciated this thought, Satyarthi added.

That PTI chairman Imran Khan's anti-government protest still persists is nothing but a profound challenge to the incumbent Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. That is why he met leaders of all parliamentary parties to take stock of post-Dr Qadri dharna situation. Speaking to them, at the prime minister's house on Wednesday, Nawaz Sharif said that all the political issues should be discussed and resolved at the forum of Parliament and urged all political parties to play their role towards transforming Pakistan into a developed state.
Apropos Saida Fazal's article 'A tale of unintended consequences' carried by the newspaper on Thursday, she has made a strong point that "Washington suddenly realised the danger and gave up the plan to bomb Syrian government forces in support of the rebels, though Saudis, still unmindful of the unfolding horror, pressed Washington to go ahead with the plan. By then the damage was already done. A more extreme version of al Qaeda, ISIS, emerged from the conflict to pose a clear and present threat to Western countries and their local allies' interests in the region and indeed within their own societies."
The Leader of Opposition in National Assembly, PPP Khurshid Shah, has made a valid remark that former President Pervez Musharraf must not have said that Pakistan could use a nuclear bomb against India because of a variety of reasons. Shah was referring to Musharraf's remarks that he made at a talk with an Indian television. The former president said that Pakistan would never neglect the defence of its eastern borders and added that the country would not hesitate in using a nuclear bomb against India if a need arose.
Apropos Dr Hafiz A Pasha's article "Issues in debt management" carried by the newspaper on Friday, the writer has brought under the spotlight a very important point or the main plank of the present government's economic strategy. According to him, "the government has pinned its hopes on receiving large external financing of $34 billion from China for energy and other infrastructure projects.
Apropos 'Make it mandatory for every woman to enter into wedlock: JUI(F) Senator' carried by the newspaper the other day, women senators staged a walkout from Senate against a suggestion floated by one of their male colleague from a religious party that there should be a law to make it mandatory for a woman to get married if she reaches the age of 30.
After quitting Sindh government, Muttahida Qaumi Movement has also parted ways with PPP in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. This development gives birth to a plausible question: Is this the net result of PPP chairman Bilawal Zardari's October 18 speech at PPP's Karachi public meeting where he criticised not only MQM but also the leadership of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)?


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