Archive for 'October,2013'

Minorities: a numeric haunt of human agony

Minorities: a numeric haunt of human agony

By Shivangini Pathak Any civilized nation today runs like a public-private-partnership & the partnership is between the government & the citizens, whose safety & rights should be upheld as a constitutional duty by the ruling government [...]

The untraceable funding from Animal Hides

The untraceable funding from Animal Hides

-By Saleem Khan   Eid ul Adha is Islam’s second major religious obligation, and Muslims across the world  offer sacrifice of animals and donate the hides to charity.  In Pakistan, all businesses, offices, schools and colleges [...]

Save the World

Save the World

-By Nayyer Afaq   Who never cares for needy ones, And can’t think of mankind. No matter, having thousand eyes, Such man, for sure, is blind. Not all can ask themselves for help, If once you [...]

Government and general lack of knowledge of consumer rights

Government and general lack of knowledge of consumer rights

-By Naseer Ahmed As consumers of goods and services, our most important right is right to know our rights. Our ignorance about our rights does not let us enjoy, exercise and use our rights for our [...]

عورت

عورت

وقار النساء – کہوٹہ تاریخِ انسانی کےابتدائی دور میں جب انسان نے زمین پر زندگی کا آغاز کیا تو وہ سر چھپانے کے لیے جگہ کی تلاش کرنے لگا۔ اس طرح اس نے غاروں میں بسیرا [...]

International Day of the Girl Child

International Day of the Girl Child

-By Haroon Jnjua On December 19, 2011, the United Nations General Assembly declare 11 October as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognize girls rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world. [...]

An insecure Baluchistan

An insecure Baluchistan

-By Zeeba T. Hashmi There is a conflict of discourse over the situation in Baluchistan, with its sparse and sporadic population, and diverse socio-economic demographics, it is not easy to gauge whether the indigenous tribes of [...]

Radicalization of Sindh

Radicalization of Sindh

-By Chander Parkash Khatri   Sindh – Land of Poets, Tolerance and Peace Sufism, secularism, pluralism, and religious tolerance are few for the unique features Sindh had always been known for around the globe. When the [...]

On failures and group mentality

On failures and group mentality

By-Naseer Ahmed   We lose our courage in adversity because it is convenient to accept our failures quickly than to build our success gradually.  Our failures are often caused by our application of irrational, illogical and [...]

On Death Sentences

On Death Sentences

-By Zeeba T. Hashmi     The most precious object granted to us in  universe is life; its sacredness cannot be denied because of its mortality, and I, as a mortal, understand in clear terms just [...]