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Is this justice?

I am shocked to hear that so far no judge in the Sindh High Court is willing to hear the bail pleas filed by Dr. Asim Hussain, the former petroleum and natural resources minister. This is very astonishing and raises many questions about the sufferings of the accused in various …

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Why Dr. Asim is detained?

I am highly impressed by the profile of Dr. Asim Hussain. I found in Wikipedia that he has been active in the fields of health, education, and politics. He is Chairman of Ziauddin Group of Hospitals in Karachi, and former Minister for Oil and Natural Resources. He serves as the …

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Justice should prevail

Dr Asim Hussain has been a key figure in the development of health and education sector in Pakistan, especially in the province of Sindh. He is a renowned doctor and would have easily gone abroad but as a patriot he served the country and did not go abroad like other …

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NAB mala fides

This is amazing to read in your newspaper dated September 12 that NAB concealed information in Dr Asim Hussain’s case. During the hearing in Accountability court the defence counsels for the accused pointed out that the prosecution did not place complete documents on court record, which is an essential requirement …

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Less Than Transparent: Journalists Fault Obama

This week 40 journalism and open-government groups sent a letter to the White House press secretary, Josh Earnest, in response to his Aug. 31 letter to the editor calling for journalists to give President Obama credit for improvements in government transparency. Mr. Earnest highlighted some of the ways the Obama …

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Dr Asim must be treated fairly

According to the news appearing in print and electronic media former petroleum Minister Dr Asim Hussain has completed one year of illegal detention on 26th August. Neither, he is admitted to bail by any court nor any notable progress in the references filed against him is seen. It means that …

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