Saturday, October 11, 2014
سیاسی دور اندیشی
بدقسمتی سے آج ہمارا ملک جس جگہ کھڑا ہے۔ وہ ہماری کوئی ایک یا 5،دس سال نہیں بلکہ روز اول سے بنائی گئی کمزور پالیسیو ں کا نتیجہ ہے۔
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
The below blog is written by Baber Lodhi
If we take a look at the history of human development we'll see that a revolutionary movement driven out by Social Injustice and victimization has challenged the status quo during every age. It's worth mentioning here that not every Revolutionary movement gets success in achieving it's objectives but very few. A revolutionary leader with a clear vision and firm belief is the most important ingredient of a successful Revolution, the rest includes organization, motivation and the courage to face adversaries in the way of achieving the ultimate goal.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
The below analysis on Imran Khan's Azadi march is written by Kashif Hasan Syed
On June 27th, in Bahawalpur Jalsa PTI leader Imran Khan announced Azadi march and sit-in at Blue area, Islamabad. Last year, federal capital Islamabad witnessed a similar sit-in, that time led by Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri of Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), which ended with a promise of election reforms by then PPP led government but the promise of election reforms never materialized. Imran khan’s sole reason for Azadi march and sit-in is that he believes elections held on May 11th 2013 were rigged. Initially he demanded investigation in four constituencies, which he alleged rigging by voter thumb verification. While speaking at Bahawalpur, Imran changed his stance from investigation of four seats to a complete audit of elections that took place in May of 2013. He further stated that it's the final round.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
The article on the need and importance of Local Government is written by
An effective local government plays a major social and economic role in a vibrant society. By definition it's the form of government that is closest to the citizen of the state. It’s a form of government where citizens resolve their grievances at local level. Its main function is to safeguard interest and wellbeing of a community. A successful local government enjoys the trust of the community and behaves like a spring board for its growth and economic uplift. Even in countries who witnessed high economic growth rate, absence of local governance made it difficult for delivery of essential services to the citizen due to distant government. Hence there is increased emphasis on decentralization and devolution for better delivery of services the state has to offer.
Saturday, June 14, 2014
Part 2 of analysis by Kashif Hasan Syed
This analysis is written by Kashif Hasan Syed
The below article is the rebuttal to the East of Edgware
While living in Karachi and establishing a political party to represent and take the middle class politicians to parliament, Altaf Hussain never had goal to pursuit power in Pakistan. Traditionally, in Pakistani politics, all the party leaders have goals of getting elected in the parliament and achieve the minimum position of becoming Chief Minister of the ruling area. Unlike all the politicians, Mr. Altaf Hussain never contested in any election while living in Pakistan nor did he desire any office to which he could be appointed. For breaking the tradition of dynastic politics, Mr. Hussain has always kept his family away from participating in the election in Pakistan.
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Politically MQM is ruling Karachi for nearly three decades. MQM was the only political party in the political arena of Pakistan which has brought the sectarian harmony in Karachi. Before the genesis of MQM, the sectarian divide in Karachi was much visible. MQM brought the secular ideology by gathering the most educated group of people under the umbrella of Muhajir (migrants from India) nationalism. This phenomenon narrowed down the sectarian divide in Karachi and urban Sindh.