Letters

The waving demagoguery

Demagoguery, a transitional concept, is again on the rise today. It is a type of discourse which can be adopted by anyone who wants to persuade someone. Freedom of speech provides them with the opportunity to achieve their goal with ease. It is adopted by politicians around the world for elevating their chances of attaining their aims.…

Recycling

Recycling has become the need of time in this era. We can observe the flood of inflation in the world and the developing countries are suffering a lot because of it. They can’t afford the pressure of imports. The best way to reduce the pressure is to recycle. Products should be used again and again in different forms for distinct purposes. The…

Targeting state institutions

Vice President Richard Nixon and Al Gore famously conceded controversial US Presidential elections in 1960 and 2000 respectively despite significant voter fraud in Illinois and Florida. Atal Bihari Vajpayee lost a motion of no confidence by a single vote in Lok Sabha, the Indian parliament but managed to come back strongly in 1998. By deliberately…

Politics in Pakistan

Language is one of the first and most important tools that represent a person. Nowadays language used by most of our politicians is extremely offensive. They do personal attacks just for the sake of their politics and to get into power. Dragging of other politician’s personal life had become a routine now. The majority of politicians are well…

Rural education

Education is the key to success. It should be promoted at all levels and at all places across the globe. Education has become the need of time. It provides the individuals with awareness of their rights and duties. An individual can only serve the country and only prove to be a good citizen if he/she knows about their basic rights along with…

Live-Court

The Islamabad High Judicial recently decided to record and live-stream court proceedings. It was made clear, however, that such an option would be available only after consultation with the appropriate people. In addition, the court established an e-committee to draught guidelines for live-streaming court hearings. High Court judges, Pakistan…

Religious extremism

Pakistan has been a victim of extremism for more than four decades now. The country is muddled in an identity crisis with deep-rooted divisions and confusion regarding all aspects of life. Religious extremism first took root in Pakistan with the initiation of the Soviet Jihad. Up until the eighties, Pakistan was a peaceful country with…

Shortage of diesel

In the season of wheat, the shortage of diesel has made a hurdle for farmers. Now it has prime time for agriculturalists to earn money from wheat and fulfil their needs. Their big issue is making disturbance of diesel because they have to the requirement of diesel that run their tractors and machines. The government had announced that…

Air pollution

Air pollution is a major problem confronting Pakistan, with cities like Lahore and Karachi ranking among the most polluted worldwide. The greater level of air pollution is a danger to human health. According to World Health Organisation (WHO), air pollution is responsible for millions of deaths worldwide every year. An estimated 128,000…

The corruption narrative

Imran Khan, posing as the police, jury and judge, declared the friend of his spouse innocent who is accused of money laundering and possessing wealth beyond her means. Imran Khan’s judgment is based on the logic that the accused lady was in the real estate business for the last 20 years and she, like others in the real estate business has…

Blame game yet again

Our politicians must understand that tide and time never spare anyone. They should mend themselves than constantly exchanging barbs. Our politicians must sit together for the sake of the country to carve out a plan for getting us out of the economic quagmire. It appears that the only constant in our country is our blind borrowing,…

Abolition of Riba

The court ruled that the federal government and provincial governments must alter relevant laws and publish directives by December 2027 to ensure that the country’s banking system should be interest-free. The ruling added that “elimination of Riba from our economic system is our religious as well as our constitutional duty; hence it has to be…

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