Category Archives: Governance

Will People of Pakistan Defend their Democracy? A clue from Abortive Turkish Military Coup

The challenge for the incumbent government and political parties is to gain the trust of the people and wining their hearts, only than people will defend, protect and preserve their democracy and there will be no unconstitutional threat. Failing in gaining trust of people may lead to disastrous consequences. Continue reading

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Life of Minorities in Pakistan

Out of 14 points of Quaid-e-Azam there is a point that every Muslim and non Muslim have equal rights of living in Pakistan. So why have we to beg for peace, justice, respect, authority, trust at every single step at every place. Continue reading

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Growing Inequalities in Pakistan

The countr­y needs to uplift societ­y by addres­sing all types of inequa­lities throug­h invest­ing in people’s capabi­lities­. Continue reading

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Climate Change: A Threat Multiplier

Climate Change is a threat, which is transnational, and not just confined to national boundaries. It has become a serious challenge for global security. Continue reading

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Learning from fast growing neighbours

Standing at 146th position out of 187 in the Human Development Index, Pakistan falls in the “low human development” category. Investment in reducing inequalities is now critical and if healthy measures are not taken, millions of people will fall in the poverty trap. Continue reading

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