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100 Days Performance - A historic day - Insaf Blog

  100 روزہ کارکردگی - ایک تاریخ ساز دن اسلام آباد میں 9 گھنٹے سے وفاقی وزراء کی کارکردگی کے بارے میں اجلاس جاری تھا، وفاقی وزراء بشمول سیکرٹری باری باری بریفنگ دے رہے تھے کہ پچھلے 3 مہینوں میں ان کی کیا کارکردگی رہی؟ کیا ترجیحات رہیں؟ ملک و قوم کی فلاح وبہبود کے لیے کون سے اقدامات اٹھائے گئے؟ وزیراعظم عمران خان دوران بریفنگ ان سے وقتاً فوقتاً سوالات کر رہے تھے. بلآخر 9 گھنٹے طویل اجلاس کے...

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Looking Behind The Walls - Insaf Blog by Dr. Seema Arif

  These days much debate is going on breaking walls of the Governor House, Lahore. It has been called frivolous, a pseudo attempt to divert attention from real problems of life. This remark by Mr. Ayaz Mir, a senior journalist, has astounded me, and I am wondering what the real problem is: the life or living this life?  Someone else remarked, would they now demand for demolishing walls...

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100 Days of Imran Khan - Insaf Blog

  عمران خان کی حکومت کے سو دن قوم کی امیدیں اور اپوزیشن کا واویلہ. عمران خان نے اپنی بائیس سالہ سیاسی جدوجہد میں جن چند باتوں پر سب سے زیادہ زور دیا تھا اس میں کرپشن کا خاتمہ, انصاف کی بلاتفریق فراہمی, روزگار کی فراہمی, غربت, مہنگائی اور سیاست میں اقرباءپروری کا خاتمہ, میرٹ کی بحالی اداروں کی خودمختاری مختصر یہ کہ پورے نظام کی تبدیلی شامل تھی, جس نے قوم کو مایوس کیا ہوا تھا اور اسی وجہ سے...

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The real pathway of Kartarpur - By Samson Simon Sharaf

  It is ironic that two countries coming into existence on basis of religion and ‘extremes of divides’ ensemble in the name of religion. Though Pakistan’s intentions are spelled by many statements of Prime Minister Imran Khan, foreign office and the famous ‘hug diplomacy’, India is not ready to reciprocate for want of a policy shift. As chatter from India indicates, it is not an olive...

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Kaptaan's revolutionary plan for village growth - Insaf Blog

  جناب عمران خان کی مرغی/انڈے والے بیان پہ پی پی پی اور ن لیگ کی چیخیں نکلنا بجا ہے کیونکہ ان کے قائدین نے غذائی قلت کا شکار ایک کروڑ پاکستانی بچوں کی کبھی بات ہی نہیں کی۔ شاید ان کو پتہ بھی  نہیں کہ بچوں میں غذائی قلت کیا ہوتی ہے۔ اور پتہ ہو بھی کیسے جب ان اپنے بچے قوم کا لوٹا ہوا مال کھاکر پلے ہیں۔ گلگت بلتستان میں مختلف اضلاع آج تعلیم کے شعبے میں بہتر ہے تو اس کی ایک وجہ یہ بھی ہے...

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Century by Immy - Insaf Blog by Yasir Imtiaz

  In Immy’s (Now Prime Minister of Pakistan) cricketing career he made total 7 centuries which includes 6 in Test matches and 1 in ODI’s. His highest runs being 102* (not out), with a strike rate of 72.65 and Average of 33.41 he concluded his cricketing days by becoming the World Champions in 1992 Cricket World Cup. (Figures Courtesy ESPNCricinfo.com) The latest century which Imran Khan...

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Will the slump in rupee stop? Insaf Blog by Faisal Ahmad Jafri

  This morning commenced with the news of PKR falling by more than 7.5% in a single day against the USD. The news matched the culmination of hundred day completion and an achievement ceremony marked by the PTI govt. With panic reaping in public, government and particularly its economic team under Asad Umar was mocked with ‘tabdeeli, tabdeeli’ rhetoric on Pakistan’s social media. The...

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Inefficacy of Public Education System in Pakistan - Insaf Blog

  Schools are mushroomed in every nook and corner of our country, yet our literacy rate did not jump over 58% during past ten years. Still we have 2.5 million children out of school. This is the exact status of the youth bulge that we boast of; most of it is poor, mal-nourished, unskilled or semi-skilled. The mightiest challenge is to transform this young population into skilled human...

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Burning Issues of Pakistan -Insaf Blog by Dr. Nadia Mubarik

  Pakistan is facing extreme threats of climate change nowadays. According to a study, Pakistan ranks on number seven among top ten global warming affected countries. Among these changes, the most prominent changes now-a-days are heat wave, water shortage and unsafe drinking water. Due to excessive carbon dioxide, greenhouse gases (GHG's), deforestation, unplanned urbanization, population...

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The Use of Social Media - An Important Responsibility - Insaf Blog

زمانہ قدیم  میں انسان کو صرف زمینی ، فضائی اور سمندری جنگوں کا سامنا کرنا پڑتا تھا ۔ لیکن دورِ حاضر کا سب سے بڑا خونی میدانِ جنگ "سوشل میڈیا " ہے ، جہاں انسانی دماغ بطورِ افواج لڑ رہے ہیں ۔ سوشل میڈیا پہ دیا گیا ایک مراسلہ (پوسٹ) ایک للکار ہے جس پہ ہزاروں ،لاکھوں کی تعداد میں صارفین تلوار کس کر کے میدان میں اتر آتے ہیں ۔ جن کا ایک ایک کمنٹ تلوار کی ضرب پہ بھاری ہوتا ہے ۔ حیرانگی کی بات تو...

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Paradigm Shift – Unplugged - Insaf Blog by Ahmed Janjua

  A leader knows the way, goes the way & shows the way. Pakistan is moving in new direction where globalization is competing for dominance and personal interests are being taken over by national interests. It is the post-election period where Prime Minister wants Pakistan to have a role in global governance system which is of course not possible without having the will to fight...

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Endogenous Growth - Insaf Blog by Samson Simon Sharaf

  The progress of a country’s revenue generation directly depends on the growth of its economy and the fairness of its tax collectors. At the broadest and lowest level of this enforcement lie a mass of people with different ideas, idiosyncrasies, historical traditions and daily experiences. This diversity is intertwined at the very top with governance manifested by its politicians,...

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Self Challenge and Iqbal's Shaheen - Insaf Blog

  Why do some people compete with themselves and not others? Some call them loners, arrogant, self-obsessed or narcissist. Are they inherently disposed to avoid competition?  The fact is they are a misunderstood commodity.  They inhabit a language and culture that sets them apart and distinct. They seldom choose the competition and arena others set for them. They thrive to compete...

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PM Khan’s Successful Visit to China: Deepening the Relationship and Strengthening Ties

  Upon a formal invitation of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, the Prime Minister of Islamic republic of Pakistan, Imran Khan paid his first official four-day visit to China on 4th November. An unprecedented welcome was accorded to Prime Minister Khan. In the exquisite Chinese traditional style he was exposed to the Chinese media and key institutions. In particular, Prime Minister Khan addressed...

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New World Order - Insaf Blog

  The New World order Last week Presidential Elections were held in Brazil resulting in victory of Jair Bolsonaro, a far-right politician breaking a 14 year rule of Workers Party, a far-left socialist party. This changing shift of public support from left wing parties is not just limited to Brazil.  We have already observed right wing parties forming governments around the globe...

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