Monthly Archives: October 2014


Lahore Vision-2035 document presented 1

Following a series of consultative seminars, the Lahore Vision-2035 document was presented at a ceremony held here on Saturday, envisioning sustainable development for the Punjab capital that is people-centric, environment-friendly, equitable and inclusive. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Centre for Public Policy and Governance (CPPG) of […]


Economics of Politics

Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan It is always economics, stupid but in case of Pakistan unfortunately, it is always dirty politics which decides the fate of its people. Ongoing political stalemate has resultant the cancellation of Chinese President Visit to Pakistan which is indeed a great set-back to our strategic interests […]


THE CONTROVERTIAL NOBEL PRIZE FOR PEACE

ALI SUKHANVER  Just a few days back, David Swanson, a well known American journalist and a human rights activist penned down an article, ‘Again the Peace Prize Not for Peace.’ The topic of this article is awarding of the Nobel Prize for Peace to Malala Yusafzai and Kailash Satyarthi. He […]


Kaymu.pk participates in DigiMark Conference 2014

Lahore, 15th October 2014: Kaymu.pk, an online marketplace, participated in the recently concluded Digital Marketing Conference 2014 (DigiMark 2014) to help promote Pakistan’s digital and e-commerce industry. Kaymu’s Co-Managing Director Asia Region, Mr Ahmed Khan, was part of the panel discussing the role of digital media in retail branding. Speaking […]


Uzbekistan’s Parliamentary Elections 2014: A Way of Further Politicization and Democratization

Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan Elections, political system and democracy are the modern trinity of human survival, human rights, freedom of expression, socio-economic prosperity, national production and people’s prosperity. It is the easiest and smoothest way for power sharing and gross-root participation. It provides political stability and economic sustainability. It stands […]


DURAND MEANS NO BOUNDRIES

PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER Countless questions need serious pondering over the issues along the Durand line. What are the factors which never let Pakistan and Afghanistan, the two Islamic countries, come closer; why has the official relationship between these two Islamic countries never been very cordial and genial; what is the […]