Teen Jeem Archive

What is wrong with Abdul Qayyum Jatoi’s statement on judiciary and generals?: Photo source: Dawn Related article: Teen Jeem – by Hamid Akhtar State Minister for Defence Production Sardar Abdul Qayyum Jatoi tendered his resignation to Prime Minister Gilani on Saturday evening. Jatoi had faced criticism for his anti-army and judiciary
In rejection of politicians and in support of the military generals – by Haroon-ur-Rasheed: جو دل پہ گزرتی رہتی ہے….ناتمام…ہارون الرشید صوفی نے کہا تھا جو رہنمائی کے منصب پر فائز ہو ، وہ دوسروں کو رعایت دے سکتا ہے ، اپنے آپ کو کبھی نہیں۔ چیخ و پکار کا نہیں، یہ غور
Full text of the Punjab Assembly’s resolution against yellow journalism. What is wrong with it?: A few months ago, veteran writer and journalist Hamid Akthar wrote an excellent article in The Express highlighting the unholy alliance of the Three Jeem (three Js) i.e., journalists, judges and jurnails (generals) against the people and politicians of
Biggest crime of internet based media and social networking – by Junaid Qaiser: “The fact is that censorship always defeats its own purpose, for it creates, in the end, the kind of society that is incapable of exercising real discretion.” – Henry Steele Commager Pakistan is a developing nation where digitally networked technologies
Another deal – by Faizi Mughal: Mixing politics with judiciary is a murky but profitable business in Pakistan. In the name of rule of law and dispensation of justice, this business is flourishing by leaps and bounds. One important and advantageous aspect of this business
Teen Jeem – by Hamid Akhtar: تین جیم – جج ، جنرل اور جرنلسٹ While the anti-democracy establishment and their agents in media are all out for the accountability of politicians, Hamid Akhtar wonders who will conduct the accountability of the teen jeem (i.e., three
“The judge raj” in Pakistan is paving way for another military dictatorship: …Our lordships may be cautioned about the possibility that judicial activism sometimes runs the risk of intruding on turf strictly belonging in our constitutional scheme of things to other institutions of state. In the post-judiciary restoration era, the respect