What’s Inside: A Preview of the Annual 2012
In this month’s cover story Fahd Husain and Imtiaz Gul analyse a line-up of events in 2011 that impacted Pakistan’s internal security and foreign policy imperatives and overshadowed the crippling economic crunch faced by Pakistan’s 180 million people. Additionally, Aman Azhar provides an insight into the anti-US sentiment and anti-government chants which formed the rallying cry of a cabal of religious groups, including some terrorist organisations, who joined together to form a coalition called the Difaa-e-Pakistan Council.
Also available in the issue is an analysis of the State Bank’s annual report, which makes special mention of the issues of governance and sends out a red alert to the government to fix the economy before Pakistan faces an economic collapse.
There’s been a lot of buzz over TV star Atiqa Odho’s crime of carrying two bottles of liquor on a flight. Amir Zia explores what her indictment says about the rule of law in the country.
This month Newsline has pulled out all the stops and you will find must-read profiles and features on: One seasoned supermodel, two documentary filmmakers, four rising stars of Pakistan, five contemporary artists and seven emerging photographers.
Moreover, Newsline asks Pakistani writers for three tips on how to survive in Pakistan in 2012.
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