Pakistan since its inception has frequently suffered political instability, which has delayed and sidelined institutionalization of the political organs andRead more
The idea of SNC or Single National Curriculum was put forward by the ruling party; PTI, which was basically thoughtRead more
Pakistan is ranked 151 out of 153 countries on the Global Gender Gap Index Report 2020. Last year, according toRead more
It has now been 3 years since the PTI government came to power in 2018, in elections that were forRead more
Nations do not evolve unless equality is practiced. Likewise, people don’t accept change unless justice normalizes. Pakistan has long been waiting for the fair educational system to get into action that would pave way for an underprivileged and manipulated sect of society to get courage and stand up for their rights. Multiple national policies came into being since the inception and yet seemed hollow in terms of pragmatism. Governments came and spoke about equality yet never proposed a vision to implement it.Read more
It has been three long years since the PTI and Imran Khan got the reins of power and saddled the government in Pakistan. Indisputably, it was an extraordinary triumph for Imran Khan, who had struggled for 22 years and eventually managed to break the hegemony of two dynastic political parties, i.e. PPP and PML(N).Read more
Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan’s special letter to Chinese newspaper Global Times to mark the special occasion of 70 years of diplomatic ties, given the special significance of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China.
“We emphatically endorse the spirit and philosophy of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Pakistan has always upheld the “One-China Policy” and supported China on Taiwan, Tibet, Xinjiang, Hong Kong, and South China Sea issues.”Read more
The plight of daily wage earners was made conspicuous by the harsh winter of 2018 leading to the Prime Minister’s express decision to offer them immediate relief. In first of its kind, public service initiative by the state for the needy and vulnerable workers resulted in the setting up of the Panahgahs.Read more
he present situation of Afghanistan can be described as a bus standing at a station, for instance, in Lahore with all its passengers having bought valid tickets to travel through it. However, astonishingly enough, a group of passengers wants the bus to drive them to Karachi while the remaining passengers want to travel in the opposite direction: Peshawar. Now the bus administration is also perplexed as to where to go for all the passengers, having the tickets, have a legal right to travel through the bus to reach their respective destinations.Read more
The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) government has completed two and a half years of its tenure, and the education sector of Pakistan seems not quite much to be in line with the party’s already-set manifesto pertaining to the education system. In the year 2013, before coming into government, PTI painted a picture of its ‘six-point education policy’ framework that is intended to put into practice.
The six points that were to become part of PTI’s election manifesto, were; one education system for all, reengineering governance based on complete decentralization, increasing budget funds, adult education, teacher training, and information and communication technology. Currently, the government looks unable to materialize these points into reality.Read more