Taliban targeting Pakistani scientists
Mon, 27/08/12 – 23:47 | 2 Comments

Taliban have now increased their influence to such an extent as now they are targeting high profile state organs – which no doubt is a loose slap on the face of this democratic government. When on 2nd July 2009, a bus containing ‘federal government employees’ was hit by a suicide bomber, the government’s information ministry took a bold step to quickly announce that the attack was by pro-Taliban forces – not telling the citizens of the country who actually was targeted?

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Causes of Poverty in Pakistan
Sun, 26/08/12 | 7 Comments
Causes of Poverty in Pakistan

By Anwar Farooq Rana
Pakistan is a poor country. Its economy is facing fluctuations now a day. At the time of independence Pakistan has very low resources and capital, so the processes of progress were very …

Using politics to shadow crimes in Karachi
Fri, 24/08/12 | 6 Comments
Using politics to shadow crimes in Karachi

A question one may ask today is why same Afghans are being given welcome reception in Karachi by ANP, contrary to what they are doing since mid 90s in their very-own freshly-named province of Khyber Pakhtunkhuwah.

Time to stand up and say NO!
Mon, 20/08/12 | No Comment
Time to stand up and say NO!

Amanat and Sher Muhammad of Fazal Key village in district Kasur attacked Fazeelat around dawn near her home and cut both her ears and nose before escaping, leaving her in a pool of blood. Fazeelat’s mother could not sustain the trauma of seeing the state of her injured daughter and died of cardiac arrest.

PMLN’s sincerity to handle growing militancy in Punjab ?
Sun, 19/08/12 | One Comment
PMLN’s sincerity to handle growing militancy in Punjab ?

Hundreds of innocent people including children and women are killed in Lahore in barbaric attacks by militants and PMLN seems to be un-serious and lazy in addressing the issue which is a big question mark that PMLN is sincere with its people or sincere with their longtime ally Al-Quaida

Sugar Crisis: The history is repeating
Tue, 14/08/12 | No Comment
Sugar Crisis: The history is repeating

Looking at the comedy show Alif Noon reminded me of our 30 years old history which used to be aired on PTV. This is very unfortunate that our nation is deprived of memory, deprived of …

Nawaz Corruption: Pot calling the kettle black
Fri, 10/08/12 | No Comment
Nawaz Corruption: Pot calling the kettle black

In this little world, a person who is today standing for the rights of the Balochi brothers in the meeting with PM Gilani to discuss Balochistan package, is once blamed to be the biggest enemy of the Baloch nation by Baloch nationalists, that is no doubt the famous wanna-be-prime-minister-obsessed Mr. Nawaz Sharif.

Karachi: CDGK CCTV footages reveal the culprits
Wed, 8/08/12 | 9 Comments
Karachi: CDGK CCTV footages reveal the culprits

They did it before (2007) and they did it again (2009) — to the city of Karachi, the heart of Pakistani.
While Jamat-e-Islami’s secretary general Liaqat Baloch is holding press conference with the toes on MQM, …

Constitution of Pakistan: Last Hope For The Criminals
Wed, 8/08/12 | 5 Comments
Constitution of Pakistan: Last Hope For The Criminals

The Constitution has always been manipulated to facilitate the politicians, feudal lords, mullahs, army generals, industrialists, lawyers etc. It is so because the authority that can modify this constitution is the Parliament which mainly consists of the feudal minority of Pakistan. Pakistan needs a revolution to end the feudal system so that common educated people perform legislation.