Nasim Zehra

Pakistani political analyst and syndicated columnist

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Political analyst and syndicated columnist, based in Islamabad, covering Middle East and South Asian issues; Fellow at the Harvard University Asia Center

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Pakistan  's
Supreme Court has restored  Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry , who was
 fired by President Pervez Musharraf . His government says it's a victory for…

High Court Reinstates Pakistan's Top Judge

Pakistan 's Supreme Court has restored Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry , who was fired by President Pervez Musharraf . His government says it's a victory for…

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