PKMAP Archive

We condemn ASWJ terrorists’ brutal attack on Pashtun nationalist students in Science College, Quetta:   Two students were injured when members of banned Deobandi terrorist outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba (aka ASWJ) attacked Pashtun nationalist students of PSO in Government Science College here on Thursday (11 July 2014), police said. (Source) Members of the banned Ahle
Liberal façade of strategic depth — I —Farhat Taj:   At least three of the ‘elite’ who contributed to the controversial report, ‘Pakistan, the United States and the End Game in Afghanistan: Perceptions of Pakistan’s Foreign Policy Elite’, by Jinnah Institute (JI) and the United States Institute of
Baloch Nationalists Leaders mourned in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: A condolence reference was held in Peshawar Press Club for the Baloch leaders Habib Jalib Baloch Secretary General BNP and Maula Bakhsh Dashti of Natinal Party who were mercilessly assassinated in Balochistan few days ago.  The reference was arranged
Presence of Mehmood Khan Achakzai in the Presidential Address: It was really heartening to see Mehmood Khan Achkzai sitting in VIP gallery of the parliament listening to the Presidential address. Although his party  boycotted 2008 general election but his  senators were a part of the Constitutional reforms committee.
Pashtun nationalism — by Dr Manzur Ejaz: Most of the time, secular Pashtun nationalists have highlighted their economic deprivation. But if the Pashtuns’ share in the army, the bureaucracy and the economy in Pakistan is higher than the proportion of their population, such an argument becomes
Political Autonomy for Pashtuns – by Pir Rokhan: Political autonomy is the first pre-requisite for the progress and development of a nation. If we trace back the reasons for the underdevelopment of a nation all of them converge to one root cause and that is – the
Dr Qadir Magsi and Mehmood Khan Achakzai say good bye to the APDM and the proposed Long March?: Vocal APDM parties going their own way Sunday, February 08, 2009By Mumtaz Alvi ISLAMABAD: The Pakhtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party, which is supporting the reinstatement of deposed chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and other sacked judges, will most likely not