The 3rd annual Nazaria-i-Pakistan Conference was held from February 10-12, 2011, at the Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust (NPT) office in Lahore. The members of the NPT and other delegates from all over the country, including teachers and students from various schools and colleges participated actively. The total number of delegates, who registered themselves for the conference, was over 3,200. This showed the interest of the participants in the revival of Nazaria-i-Pakistan, under the dynamic and exemplary leadership of Chairman NPT, Mr Majid Nizami, who has infused a new spirit in the nation reminding all present at the conference of the early days of Pakistan Movement led by Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Those who addressed the conference were Governor Punjab Sardar Latif Khosa, Senator S.M. Zafar, Col (retd) Hamid Gul, Aslam Kamboh, Sahibzada Sultan Ahmed Ali, Mian Khalil Ahmed Sharqpuri, Begum Mehnaz Rafi, Peer Syed Muhammad Qadeer Ali Shah and Muhammad Akram Chaudhry. Several issues were discussed at the subcommittees comprising 12 groups under eminent economists, lawyers, politicians, and educationalists. They identified the key issues facing the nation and also offered practical solutions. The prevailing international, regional, and domestic challenges were also discussed and recommendations were suggested for their resolution, particularly the ongoing turmoil in the Arab world to determine the fallout of such historic events on Pakistan. More so, the central theme of the three-day conference was the root cause of Pakistans present dismal state of affairs and its deviation from the concept of Pakistan, as visualised by the Quaid. Back to Jinnah was the message of the conference. The second fulcrum around which the entire proceeding of the conference and guarantee of the NPT success in achieving its goals, was the magnetic leadership of Majid Nizami in whom all the participants expressed their unanimous and infinite confidence. No other leader in Pakistan can claim such honour. He has earned an enviable position, not only as an unquestioned leader of the countrys media in his capacity as Chairman of the Nawa-i-Waqt Group of Publications, but also as a person who has always demonstrated the courage of his conviction by challenging all oppressive rulers of the land whether they wore khaki or civilian robes. The tributes paid to him from all and sundry mirrored him in a new role. As Chairman of NPT, Nizami has emerged as a symbol of hope for the nation in disarray. He has, in a very short time, revived the spirit of the Pakistan Movement of yonder years. More than one million students who participated in the conference have changed after going through the NPT summer schools, besides its mobile teams visiting several schools spreading the message of the Founding Fathers. Anyway, a soft revolution of hope replacing despair is visible. Already hundred of teachers serving in primary and middle schools in Punjab have been converted to the idea of a new awakening. It was the youth of early 40s, which won the battle of the Pakistan Movement. In Tunisia and Egypt, it is the youth that have brought about the soft revolution without any bloodshed, and set a new pattern for change. No wonder, therefore, that Governor Khosa, in his maiden address to the Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust, awarded one more title to Majid Nizami calling him Fakhar-e-Pakistan (Pride of Pakistan). Coming as this title does from the ruling partys top man in the province, it is a great tribute to Mr Nizami. The writer is the president of the Pakistan National Forum.