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Thursday, April 25, 2019 | Today's Paper

Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet, what is in the name

By Manzoor Mosiani

April 15, 2019 – 1:02 am

Shakespeare (1564 – 1616) born in Stratford – Upon – Avon, Warwickshire in England. He wrote 37 plays from 1590 to 1613, known as the bard of England as well. Interestingly, after a passage of four hundred years his plays are still relevant and read as enthralling, hilarious, thoughtful piece of fiction, either in the form of tragedies or comedies.

The role of women in the society

By Abdul Samad

April 13, 2019 – 1:06 am

t is very necessary to mention that women are the integral part of the society. Phenomenal changes have taken place across the world in recent years, but the status and fate of women has not changed much. In Pakistan, their situation has become much worse.

Tectonic changes in Pakistan’s political landscape

By Ikram Sehgal

April 13, 2019 – 1:03 am

fter 1971 two national parties came into being: PPP and PML (N). With following in all the four provinces of Pakistan they had a certain ethnic touch and different strength in different provinces. The PPP lost its national status after Benazir Bhutto was killed and Asif Ali Zardari played havoc with a genuinely popular national party.

PPP needs transformation

By Orangzeb Shahmir

April 10, 2019 – 4:20 am

Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was hanged to death in 1979. When country was in command of a dictatorship but his party could not be wiped out from Pakistan and from the heart of Pakistani people, Although ZAB legacy has discontinued as hierarchy has fallen at the hand of Asif Ali Zardari since Benazir Bhutto was martyred in 2007 at Liaquat Bagh but her assassination brought PPP back in centre to form the government. Indeed the way PPP has emerged when the country and needy people particularly labour class , cultivator , peasant ,desperately need leadership to represent them to get their voiced heard by authorities on the helm. Country has witnessed four tenures of PPP but Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto era’s and his leadership has left the mark at the heart of common people.

Blemished Indian Navy’s Invincibility

By Dr Masood Khattak

April 6, 2019 – 8:00 am

RECENT clashes on the Line of Control (LoC) exposed the Indian military’s self pro-claimed conventionnel dominance vis-à-vis Pakistan. As sequel of Pakistan’s response and India’s embarrassment in losing two fighter jets and apprehension of a pilot, the Indian Navy’s offensive venture in Pakistani waters also suffered pitiful consequence when its highly equipped Scorpene submarine got detected via Pakistan Navy surveillance efforts; nothing could be more excruciating amid war patrol for a potent naval platform – more so a submarine.