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Khawaja Asif Avenges PTV Attack

By • Apr 7th, 2015 • Category: Politics

Khawaja Asif has taught Imran Khan and his cronies a befitting lesson. Whether it was by design or an individual act of Khawaja Asif, it was the voice of nation. They wanted to see someone showing mirror to the ego-maniac Imran Khan and his wild goons. For months Imran Khan was hurling abuses at the […]



Jobs in Dehi Road Program Punjab

By • Apr 7th, 2015 • Category: Misc

Shahbaz Sharif has done it again in Punjab. He has embarked on an ambitious project of refurbishing of all the rural roads in the Punjab province in Pakistan. Due to this program, not only the villagers would benefit in every sense, it would also generate hundreds of thousands of jobs in Punjab. The synopsis of […]



Transcript of Leaked Phone Tape of Arif Alvi and Imran Khan

By • Mar 27th, 2015 • Category: Politics

Following is the complete transcript of leaked phone tape of Arif Alvi and Imran Khan. This phone tape is of the time when PTI and PAT workers were attacking the Pakistan Television Station and other installation on Constitution Avenue and its surroundings. Imran: G Doctor Saab Arif Alvi: Bhai sab, acha request yeah hai k […]



No PTI Senate Ticket for Fauzia Kasuri

By • Feb 14th, 2015 • Category: Lead Story, Politics, Worth A Second Look

Perhaps she deserves this kind of treatment from Imran Khan and his party. Time and again, she has been told that she is not welcome in PTI but even then she brazenly and shamelessly keep following party leaders with hands tied in her front with bowed head. Fauzia Kasuri is the person who is among […]



Reham Khan Pashto Film

By • Feb 2nd, 2015 • Category: Features

To the surprise of many, instead of jumping straight into the politics, new wife of Imran Khan the anchorperson Reham Khan has started making couple of movies. She is producing a Pashto and an Urdu movie soon and has already started hiring cast for her movies. This news is very astonishing for many people. For […]



PMLN to Hire Reham to Calm Down Imran

By • Feb 1st, 2015 • Category: Lead Story, Politics, Worth A Second Look

Reham Khan is hot in demand these days. Not only PTI requires her attention but also PML-N, the arch-rival of PTI also want to hire her to massage the bruised ego and agitated nerves of PTI chief Imran Khan. Everybody was hoping that Imran would take it easy after the wedding, but Reham still has […]



Quit Lying Imran Khan

By • Jan 16th, 2015 • Category: Lead Story, Misc, Worth A Second Look

The novelty of Imran Khan has worn out. His u-turns, lies, cajoling, and lack of political acumen has been exposed extensively in the previous few months. Now he faces the same wrath of people as was shown during the protests of Peshawar parents when Imran visited the army public school amidst cluster of VIP SUVs. […]



Sita to Jemima to Reham

By • Jan 9th, 2015 • Category: Lead Story, Politics, Worth A Second Look

The man was never an angel and he admitted that very fact in his few interviews. His colorful stories are scattered throughout the bars and clubs of UK, Australia, United States and various other countries in the world. The ladies who were lucky enough to get more of him have become equally famous. Sita White […]



NA-122 Recount – PTI Bewildered

By • Jan 4th, 2015 • Category: Lead Story, Politics, Worth A Second Look

There was NO systematic, planned and great rigging in May 2013 elections. There were usual irregularities all over the Pakistan which are expected in a country of 182 million people, a country which is developing and was first time transitioning to the democracy from one to another democratic government. Baseless rigging allegations were never true. […]



Imran Runs Away with Tail Between his Legs

By • Dec 18th, 2014 • Category: Lead Story, Politics, Worth A Second Look

In his Mega U-turn, the Niazi Khan of PTI has surrendered the arms along with his troops in Islamabad and ended the so-called sit-in or whatever was left of it. Peshawar attack this aftermath is ironically a silver lining in the sense that now at least KPK would get its government back, which was earlier […]