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International Literacy Day 2015

International Literacy Day

Let’s Resolve to Promote Education in Pakistan Education is the foundation stone of a civilized society. It is the ladder that helps in reaching the pinnacles of social, moral and economic development in a country. All the saner minds around the world, individually and collectively, are amply aware of the importance of education because a person’s power of reasoning and ... Read More »

Population of Pakistan

Population of Pakistan by M Atif Sheikh

Form Yesterday to Today and Tomorrow The difference of human development standards between developed and developing countries, makes life luxurious at some places but miserable at some. And that is just because of not acting upon the ages-old proverb “cut your coat according to your cloth,” meaning that population growth should be directly related to resources. And many developed countries ... Read More »

Wealth Having It All & Wanting More

Wealth - Having it all and wanting more

Global wealth is increasingly being concentrated in the hands of a small wealthy elite. These wealthy individuals have generated and sustained their vast riches through their interests and activities in a few important economic sectors, including finance and pharmaceuticals/healthcare. Companies from these sectors spend millions of dollars every year on lobbying to create a policy environment that protects and enhances ... Read More »

World Press Freedom Day


At a time when the media — often called the fourth pillar of state – is in chains and is fighting to gain its rights in the developing countries, in the West, where it enjoys the right to freedom of speech, it is making great contributions to foster human development, good governance, social and democratic values, and is playing its ... Read More »

Millennium Development Goals & Female Victims of Gender Discrimination in Pakistan


The long journey of “Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity” was embarked on by 189 countries of the world in 1995 with the signing of the Beijing Declaration. And, now when the year 2015 is fast moving towards its culmination, a review of implementation of this historic agendum of women’s rights in form of United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is also ... Read More »

Whither Global Peace

Prospects of Peace in an Over-armed World Ancient Greek philosopher, Aristotle called man a social animal by nature because it’s a unique mix in his personality that he cannot live in isolation, but when living with others, he fights with them. Since the beginning of the world, this unique blend has led man to create chaos and provoke violence ergo ... Read More »

Attitudes to Water In South Asia

Discussion about water in South Asia, in particular the shared rivers of the region, is vociferous, antagonistic and increasingly associated with national security. Renewable water resources in the region have fallen dramatically on a per capita basis since the 1960s. India hit the ‘water stress’ mark around a decade ago, Pakistan slightly earlier. Groundwater is fast depleting in India, Pakistan ... Read More »