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Letters- Presumptuous and unnecessary comments

  • Presumptuous and unnecessary commentsI have been perplexed with the comments by Anees Lokhande for the past two days covering issues related to faith and religion which sounded as edicts or fatwas. With due respect to his comments and my humble admission of not having expert knowledge of Islam, I...
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Letters — Arab Spring a Western plot

  • RE: Stealing the Arab Spring. The Arab Spring is made in America, Israel and Europe. This movement is not intended to help the indigenous people who are affected. Those without oil are left to their devices. Those with oil have been occupied and destroyed. Iraq and Libya are cases in point. Syria...
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Letters — US presidential election

  • This weekend President Obama had something to celebrate: The US Supreme Court endorsed key provisions in the health reform law....
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Best of luck Kejriwal!

  • It is heartening to note the changing dynamics of the Indian politics. With the emergence of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), hopes of many have been rekindled. Although it would be too early to predict anything about Kejriwal and company but it appears that these unassuming people are here to...
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Politics of protest

  • I fully agree with the views expressed by Muhammad Waqas in his article “Politics of protest will not help Pakistan” (May 24). The writer has highlighted an important issue. It is true that in a democracy, everyone has the right to assemble at any given place and to voice their anger over...
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Good job by OIC

  • Even though we often criticize major organizations like the OIC or the UN as being ineffective on certain political developments, there is no denying the fact that they do at times a yeoman service when it comes to taking care of the afflicted people in many regions.OIC is said to have launched a...
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In search of a leader

  • This is with reference to the article “Pakistan’s volatile political scene” (Oct. 30) by Salahuddin Haider. It is very sad that despite the passage of over 60 years, we are still fighting along ethnic, linguistic or sectarian lines. We are yet to become one nation. If we study the demographics of...
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Obama’s problems

  • US President Barack Obama had emerged as a ray of hope for the millions of people dejected by the continuous political and economic crises. Unfortunately, Obama did not live up to the expectations of those people. The reason for his immense popularity across the world was his humble background....
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Well done, GACA

  • A big thumbs up to the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), for giving the much-needed and much-awaited makeover to the Riyadh Airport, especially the ‘Arrival’ section.The manners and professional gesture displayed by the immigration officials was something of a pleasant surprise — their...
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Unanswered questions

  • I read with interest the article “The big question” (Dec. 17) by Abdulateef Al-Mulhim. I fully agree with the views expressed by the writer. As a matter of fact, various problems that we are facing today are the result of the past and present clashes between superpowers of the world. We are...
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