Saturday, February 25, 2012

Balochistan of Pakistan

60 years ago, they shook hand to form Pakistan. Now those hands seem to part away.

So finally we have the Baloch separatist movement leader (or so he proclaims to be) come out and blatantly speak out in favour of things that would infuriate any man that has self-respect and dignity to counter any foreign word, let alone intervention, against his home country. The self-exiled Balochi separatist leader, Brahamdagh Khan Bugti had recently said that he would appreciate and support foreign intervention in Balochistan, even if means India has to foot soldiers in Pakistan.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Pakistan's Inevitable Loss

England never lifted off the paddle, while Pakistan kept searching for it.

For many it has come as surprise but for those who know cricket a tad better than many already saw this coming. The recent failure of Pakistan in the limited overs leg of England's tour to UAE is shocking in the same way as it’s shocking to see someone drive into a wall, as opposed to accidentally.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

The Hole in Pakistani Nukes

This changed Pakistan, but for how long will it stay with us?

Ever since Pakistan has expressed its intention to have its own nuclear technology, Pakistan has been up to its neck with enemies trying desperately to sabotage Pakistan's plans. And if that didn't work for the world, they went about the business by demonising the Pakistani state and its assets as possibly the greatest threat to mankind in history. Nonsense! At times we think, the whole world is against us but as a matter of fact, we have enough within ourselves that can easily do what our enemies wanted to do.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Lets Talk. No Wait, Lets Act for Pakistan!

Are we a nation of blabbers and jabbers with no desire to act upon our own words?

Let’s take a look at our home country, Pakistan. Wherever we see, we see chaos. So it’s high time we sit down and discuss about it. Let’s talk to our politicians who run the show. Let’s talk to the bureaucrats who will eventually have to handle it all. Let’s talk to some psychiatrist to know why our society is turning down. Let’s bring together the opposite parties and find out who is right, who is wrong, who is better, and who is not.  Let’s bring the forces and the rulers on the table and let’s decide what should be the best strategy for our sovereignty, for our safety, for our progress, for our development. Let’s sit down together and discuss, because that’s what civilized people do. Find solutions through dialogue.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Where is Pakistan in Corruption in the World?

Perhaps the title itself can convey a lot about what is to follow and more than that, some of our readers may already be either giggling sheepishly or turning red in anger because they were reminded of this government's achievements.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Whitewashed the Number One Team

Pakistani team played as a team and rejoiced as a team after their clean-sweep victory

It was a hope, a wish and a desire among all Pakistani to see Pakistan win against the Number 1 side in the world, England. That desire did come true for every Pakistani but the manner in which it has come true is jaw-droppingly amazing because Pakistan has gone on to absolutely blow away the top side in the world, winning the series by an eye-popping scoreline of 3-0.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Is the Army Backtracking?

Things have changed dramatically in Pakistan, and they are still changing as we write our latest blog. The reason for the change was the misadventure by NATO forces on 26th November, also known as Salala Incident. Sensing the situation and Pakistan Army's rigidity, US had few options but to comply with the orders as US saw a rare agreement between the civilian government and the military establishment of Pakistan over the issue.