Posts Tagged ‘ ppp ’

Goodbye Mr President

Sep 9th, 2013 | By | Category: Latest, Pakistan

Good Bye Mr.President. Those who announced to drag you on streets gave you an honourable farewell in the end. Five years of Zardari regime will be remembered in the history of Pakistan. Corruption, incompetency, lawlessness and ‘mofahimat’ (reconciliation) are the ‘golden’ words of Zardari’s era. If our memory is not too short, we must not forget […]

A Brave New Pakistan Under Construction

May 12th, 2013 | By | Category: Latest, Pakistan

The election results have without doubt been the most decisive in Pakistan’s tortuous path towards political maturity. While it may be considered a setback for those seeking change, it was indeed a heavy price paid by the governing PPP ruled by the Bhutto dynasty. Their mismanagement of Pakistan ranged from the devastating floods to the rising […]

The Elusive Last Straw

Dec 11th, 2012 | By | Category: Latest, Media Watch, Pakistan

I am such an idiot. I thought we should get that out of the way early. Remember September? When the whole blasphemy video issue happened? When the PPP “capitulated” to the religious right? I remember certain people, who hold sway in the media, people who claim to be on the left, being deeply scarred by […]

With Friends Like These

Aug 29th, 2012 | By | Category: Latest, Media Watch, Pakistan

Is safeguarding the life and rights of religious minorities a responsibility of the government? In the context of Pakistan, present or past, it appears not to be the case. So is the targeted killing and persecution of religious minorities actually a credit to the government? If you follow a certain Mr. Faisal Raza Abidi, it […]