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Social injustice in Pakistan

In context to Pakistan social injustice is a prevalent feature. Citizens of Pakistan are unaware of social justice concept and its effects on society. Social injustice’ is a concept relating to the perceived unfairness or injustice of a society in its divisions of rewards and burdens. The concept is distinct from those of justice in law, which may or may ... Read More »

Middle East falls deeper into unrest

It is time that all dictators should leave the stage for the democratic governments; otherwise the horrific picture of genocide is not far off. The situation in the Middle East worsened when Egypt, Tunisia and other countries were caught in a dilemma in which the political system does not allow the masses to benefit from economic advances. What began in ... Read More »

The enlightened Nazis

Has the process of imposing and promoting secular and liberal values by force started only now? Have those dictators never been supported who ruthlessly massacred religious-minded people to promote secular atmosphere? I have nothing to say in response to the highly abusive words and extremely vulgar sentences, which a handful of people wrote against me in their blogs, after reading ... Read More »

Amendments in 1973 Constitution

The amendment to Article 1 redefined the boundaries of Pakistan and removed references to East Pakistan after the recognition of Bangladesh by Pakistan. First Amendment May 4, 1974 It amended Articles 1, 8, 17, 61, 101, 193, 199, 200, 209, 212, 250, 260 and 272, and the First Schedule of the Constitution of Pakistan. The amendment to Article 1 redefined ... Read More »

Is cabinet rightsizing a right decision?

The rightsizing of the cabinet was considered very timely decision as it would decrease burden on the national exchequer. In compliance with the provisions of the 18th Amendment and cutting down expenditures, the government decided to minimise the cabinet size and vowed to take all political parties on board. The government was under pressure from the opposition parties to remove ... Read More »

Indo-Pak talks: A need or compulsion!

Both the countries are expected to face opposition in their countries. BJP in India and the right wing parties in Pakistan have to accept the need to change their old stance. The main accused in the 2007 Samjhauta Express blast case, Swami Aseemanand, has confessed the working of terror network ‘Abinav Baharat.’ It has compelled India to invite Pakistan and ... Read More »

23 March 1940 Resolution revisited

Muslim League Working Committee resolution and 1940 and 1946 resolutions clearly demonstrate that the provinces were insured sovereignty which had been denied till 18th Amendment of 2010 when parliament transferred Concurrent List to the provinces. The Working Committee of All India Muslim League met in New Delhi on February 3-6, 1940. The Committee passed the following resolution: Mussalmans are not ... Read More »

China Vs Japan

China’s place in the global economy is such that other nations must adapt to this situation. China’s triumph in overtaking Japan as the world’s number two economy masks a worrisome over-reliance on exports and investment, and lagging social development, analysts said. Japan lost its 42-year hold on the second spot behind the United States in 2010, according to full-year data ... Read More »

Jasmine Revolution (Tunisia)

Ben Ali was only the second ruler the Tunisians had known in 53 years of independence from France. The word Tunisia is derived from Tunis, known to the Ancient Greeks as Tynes, the capital city of modern-day Tunisia. The name Tunis can be attributed to different origins. It may be associated with the Phoenician goddess Tanith, or to the Berber ... Read More »