Vol. 5 Num 317 Mon. April 18, 2005    
 
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Editorial
A landmark verdict
Justice has been served
It is undoubtedly a momentous verdict that was pronounced in the Ahsanullah murder case on Saturday.
 
Editorial
Gunfight at the border
Assurances seem to count for nothing
It is ironical that while the border talks at the director general level between BDR and BSF were into their final phase, there should have been the three-hour long exchange of fire at Akhaura frontier

Post Editorial
 
Perspectives
US policy swing in South Asia
M Abdul Hafiz
With the American decision on the sale of F-16 fighter aircraft to Pakistan obviously the mood is celebratory in Islamabad.
 
Only cornering police may not help
Muhammad Nurul Huda
Police do not need to be friends of the people, they just should not be people's enemy" was the comment made by a former justice at a recent roundtable titled "Seeking effective remedies: Prevention of
 
Opinion
Shall law and order remain a problem forever?
Saiful Alam
There is no alternative to organising people to protect the country from the clutches of evil. Violence and anarchy have now turned into an epidemic as killers could not be brought to book.
 

 
   
 
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