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Lee Kuan Yew

Claims of National Progress Analyzed

Hereunder are a few of the hints related to the claims of National Development and Progress in Pakistan:- In 1960 per capita income in South Korea and Pakistan were USD 900 and USD 300 respectively. Today these figures change over to: South Korea USD 25000 and Pakistan USD 1100, i.e. a difference of around 28 […]

February 9, 2018 | 0 Comments More
Gradual Downfall of Standards in Pakistan

Gradual Downfall of Standards in Pakistan

It is story of drastic catastrophe in the face of daily repeated claims of progress without concretely defining what progress really means because generally progress is repeatedly mentioned mostly for attaining vote bank balance. To define progress keep the example of Malaysia, South Korea and Singapore, at the extreme of poverty level during 1950s and […]

August 23, 2017 | 0 Comments More
Pakistani Politicians’ Confessions of Incompetence

Pakistani Politicians’ Confessions of Incompetence

It stands to be a stunning catastrophe that the educated and illiterate lot of Pakistani citizens equally ignores Pakistani politicians’ confessions of incompetence, whereas the world’s vigilant politicians receive these as rare pieces of amusement and free entertainment. Pakistani politicians additionally resort to undeclared confessions that they grab the ruling chairs and Assembly seats for […]

August 24, 2014 | 0 Comments More
Honour of Justice at Stake

Honour of Justice at Stake

With reference to his press conference of August 11, 2014, even if Mr. Imran Khan is one percent right and correct, it is a blow of terror to the exalted honour of justice, because the discovery is not against a subordinate lower court but against SUPREME COURT of a state named (at least for the […]

August 12, 2014 | 0 Comments More
Genesis – Grey Matter – Ammunition

Genesis – Grey Matter – Ammunition

Partial remarks / comments / blames are universally rejected whatsoever be the topic. Current news and statements from all over the country make no mention of the track of emerging TTP for extremes of extremism. Retrace only a few years back and analyse the entire process of Sawat Operation. After that count the number of […]

January 29, 2014 | 1 Comment More
Dawn of Year 2010 in Pakistan

Dawn of Year 2010 in Pakistan

Black-outs sans war continued in Pakistan at the dawn of New Year 2010. Foreigners calmly shared the darkness along with sobbing citizens. The very start of the New Year was greeted with switches on without light in most parts of the country including my own locality. Infants, students, aged persons, patients, industries, workmen and places […]

January 2, 2010 | 0 Comments More