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میں کس کےہاتھ پہ اپنالہو تلاش کروں؟ امت
Posted By: Noman On: 15/Oct/2012 Views:8760 Replies:4 
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Will Pakistan learn any lesson? by Iqbal Hadi Zaidi
Posted By: Iqbal_Hadi_Zaidi On: 15/Oct/2012 Views:1324 Replies:0 
I too had not believed but now I believe is neither relates to a dream nor a self cooked story but the hard fact which I have myself experienced today (Monday 15th October, 2012) morning in Kuwait and hence simply cannot resist writing on it not for the benefit of those who live here but to those who are back home in my beloved Pakistan. Click here to read Full Article
Motivations behind Akhtar Mengal’s Visit by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 15/Oct/2012 Views:1426 Replies:0 
Balochistan continues to simmer and has reached a boiling point because of breakdown of law and order and absence of governance by the provincial government and has the portent of turning catastrophic. Spree of target killings continues; in Khuzdar such incidents are taking place almost daily. In Quetta region, the Hazaras are constantly attacked. Cruel practice of Wani (a custom to give girls in Click here to read Full Article
Knowledge and Malala by Col. Riaz Jafri (Retd)
Posted By: Riaz On: 15/Oct/2012 Views:1346 Replies:0 
Recently a very appropriate and meaningful slogan has started appearing in the media – both electronic and print, pronouncing , “Pakistan ka matlab kia – Padhney likhney ke sewa”. I want to congratulate the person who conceived of this powerful slogan so essential for the progress of Pakistan and wish it could be given still wider publicity through bill boards, postage stamps, envelops, and othe Click here to read Full Article
Evolving the Revolutionary by Abubakr Ayesh.
Posted By: Abubakr On: 15/Oct/2012 Views:1640 Replies:0 
A cursory look at newspaper headlines or a glance at the television-while a political topic is being debated-suggests that common man of Pakistan direly awaits a change. In fact, some people have begun working for a change by mobilizing people through political parties, social media, internet and other social platforms. However-to everyone’s surprise and dismay, their efforts have not been efficac Click here to read Full Article
Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo’s impressions on Balochistan by Asif Haroon Raja
Posted By: Asif_Haroon_Raja On: 15/Oct/2012 Views:1500 Replies:0 
Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo son of Ghaus Bux Bizenjo, an old politician and President National Party (NP) is currently a senator. He was invited by ‘Thinkers Forum Pakistan’ chaired by former Air Chief Marshal Kaleem Saadat on October 2012 to deliver a talk on Balochistan issue. I being a member of the forum was also present. Scholarly Col Bakhtiar Hakeem, Secretary General of this forum, is the life Click here to read Full Article by Iqbal Hadi Zaidi
Posted By: Iqbal_Hadi_Zaidi On: 15/Oct/2012 Views:1406 Replies:0 
After very long time I had to visit our any government web site and luckily or unluckily today it was Capital Development Authority, Islamabad and to be honest I was pleased to see that it looked better laid out and organized than before. The most striking thing was that it has listed all its directorates and offices totaling 72 and each one had some short description about the duties and the resp Click here to read Full Article
Malala’s shooting tragedy by Fazal Rahman, Ph.D.
Posted By: Unpolluted On: 15/Oct/2012 Views:2302 Replies:0 
The news of recent shooting of a young girl, Malala Yousafzai, in Swat, Pakistan, has spread like wildfire, all over the world, fueled by the wind machines of the Western media, which have found a new opportunity for the explosion of their chauvinistic, omissive, and hypocritical political, moral, and cultural revulsions and condescensions. The feelings of shock and rage are being stirred in peop Click here to read Full Article

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