Leaders of civil society call for new constitution
By Aziz Malik
Courtesy: daily dawn, Friday, 10 Jul, 2009
HYDERABAD, July 9: Leaders of civil society reached a consensus on Thursday that 1973 Constitution had lost its validity due to frequent undemocratic interventions and extra-constitutional amendments and failed to solve inter-provincial political and economic conflicts.
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By Selig S. Harrison
– Mr. Selig Harrison is an eminent American Scholar and a director of the Asia Program at the Center for International Policy, Washington DC and a highly renowned expert on South Asian politics.
Courtesy: Boston.com, June 17, 2009
THE DANGER of an Islamist takeover of Pakistan is real. But it does not come from the Taliban guerrillas now battling the Pakistan Army in the Swat borderlands. It comes from a proliferating network of heavily armed Islamist militias in the Punjab heartland and major cities directed by Lashkar-e-Taiba, a close ally of Al Qaeda, which staged the terrorist attack last November in Mumbai, India.
Continue reading The Other Islamist Threat in Pakistan- by Selig S. Harrison
Courtesy: BBC Urdu
Pakistan spent less than 3% of their GDP on education and health care, in result the void created with insufficient investment on education is filled by religious schools with funding from Arab countries.
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