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Archive for September, 2013

Public Safety

Having obtained consensus from all the political parties for a dialogue with those terrorists who misusing religion as a platform, the Sharif govt turned its attention to the militant-infested crucially important city of Karachi. Law and order being a provincial subject, the Federal Govt cannot deal directly with the problem without sending the Provincial Govt […]


De-Weaponising Karachi

The Rangers “targetted operation” to restore peace to the city under the direction of the Sindh Govt commenced on a low-key basis, a number of ‘suspects’ taken into custody and some arms and ammunition seized. It remains to be seen whether putting the operation into high gear will make an improvement, the lawlessness continues as […]



Contrary to belief that laws banning feudalism were first enacted in India immediately after independence in 1947, the East Bengal (later East Pakistan) State (later Estate) Acquisition and Tenancy Act 1950 meant to ban feudalism was actually drafted on 31 Mar 1948 and passed on 16 May 1951.  Consequently when Shaheed PM Liaquat Ali Khan […]


Cry Karachi!

The Federal Cabinet met in the city of Karachi on the subject of “Karachi” to take “extraordinary measures to deal with the extraordinary situation in Karachi”, in the words of PM Mian Nawaz Sharif. One does not doubt the urgency of the Federal Govt or their sincerity, however one must call a spade a spade […]


Tapping Energy Resources

According to Global “Economic Prospects”, South Asia Region growth declined from 7.4% in 2011 to an estimated 5.4% in 2012, mainly due to a sharp slowdown in India. Home to many of the developing world’s poor, the economic future of the region depends upon (1) Regional cooperation bringing about the Asian Century (2) supporting regional networks to promote cooperation and (3) focusing on trade in goods, services, and electricity, people-to-people contact, and cooperation in water resources management.