Nawaz Sharif and PML(N) are currently the most dominant political party in the country and wisely seen as the party to depend on to extricate the nation from its present crisis. After the assassination of Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto he saved the country from a potential catastrophe that could have left the country without … Continue reading Is PM Nawaz Sharif the only life line left for Pakistan’s Progress?
Unfortunately, The one thing where there is a consensus between the rulers and the subjects is the blasphemy law. In a recent very tragic and hyped incident in which a student of Mardan university Mashal Khan was killed by a mob on false and fabricated allegations of blasphemy reflects how deeply rooted and misinterpreted the idea of Islam is in this society.
a major shift in the civil war is expected to come from the policy newly elected US President Trump chooses to follow. Who has been making policy statements that belie his actions in the region. On coming to power, Mr. Trump announced removing Assad was not Washington's priority which may have lulled Assad into a state of some calmness resulting in chemical attack on civilians in the province of Idlib on 04-04-2017.
On March 8th Pakistan's Former President Asif Ali Zardari issued a statement in a local newspaper saying "Baluch separatists should take an example from Indian Muslims". The statement was remarkable for its truthfulness that one cannot expect from a politician like Asif Ali Zardari. On the same day news emerged that an Indian Muslim Mohammad … Continue reading India’s Secular face
CGTN is a multilingual media outlet that reports and analysis facts in English, French, and Arabic besides the indigenous Chinese language. Unlike the old days, when China followed the policy of "Protectionism" to protect its commercial and industrial interests China is now willing to compete with other nations on all fronts whether it be Media, Military, Economy, and social progress.
To state that Kashmir is a regional South Asian conflict would be an understatement, the fact that this dispute entails two nuclear powers makes it a dispute of international proportions and so it should be treated like one. Pakistan has repeatedly approached the Indian government for a dialogue to resolve the issue peacefully, but Indian government's response has remained childishly stubborn and intransigent. Refusing to come to a dialogue and making statements like "Kashmir is an integral part of India" that ignores and overlooks the aspirations and the right of Self-determination of the people of Kashmir.
Since no foreign policy can be framed without taking external conditions into account framing an independent foreign policy becomes a job impossible for weak and militarily backward nations like Pakistan. In this context, When it comes to framing foreign policy "National sovereignty", has sometimes had to be compromised on for larger interests which renders it a mere empty slogan for nations dependent on others for their survival or incapable of defending themselves against the more powerful hostile states.
While concluding this post I am filled with the guilt that this brief post does not entirely, truly reflect the profile of a man of such immense significance. A lot more can be written about the rise of this man to a position of such preeminence in business that may inspire the future business leaders of Pakistan and help Pakistan be a land of equal opportunities for all.
The incumbent Chief Minister of Punjab has been elected as the "Political Personality of the Month" for this magazine. While his election as personality of the month may not go well with his critics and opposition parties, he has been elected for a number of reasons which are detailed below. His Administrative Experience: Mian Sahab … Continue reading Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif
Rural life during the past two decades has undergone a drastic change that might not be visible on somebody's return back to his village after a decade or two. The culture of "Chaudhrahat" or what you might call "Nobility" in English is vanishing as people realise the need of education to fight economic destitution. As people are awakening to the wisdom of "Rumi" in saying;