Tag Archives: Development

Silencing Dissent In Gilgit-Baltistan

Silencing Dissent In Gilgit-Baltistan Gilgit-Baltistan is one of the most strategic and important regions of Pakistan. It is famous for its beautiful landscape and serenity. But due to the lack of political

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FATA Reforms: A New Beginning

 FATA Reforms: A New Beginning Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) Reforms Committee recently submitted its report to the Prime Minster, which was later presented before Parliament for debate. The reform bill is

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Pakistan – Dependent or Independent?

Pakistan – Dependent or Independent? Over half a century ago, our forefathers gave their lives to the cause of a separate nation where the minorities of the subcontinent could live independently. Thus, eventually

Seeking Peace Without Valuing Law

Seeking Peace Without Valuing Law While speaking at a local school for career counselling I asked children about their future goals. Everyone who stood up to answer either wanted to be a

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The Economics of Infrastructure Development

The Economics of Infrastructure Development Imran Khan, leader of the party governing a province of Pakistan, has stated on record numerous times his astonishment on the current government’s disproportionate focus on infrastructure.

The Exploited Land Acquisition Act

The Exploited Land Acquisition Act The emerging surge of urbanization in the government of Sharif Brothers has raised many fingers on the laws in place in the country, especially in the Province

China to End One-Child Policy

China to End One-Child Policy China has decided to end its decades-long one-child policy. The one-child policy was introduced in 1979 and it implied that several Chinese citizens (almost a third of