Approach of Pakistani society toward status of woman

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Pakistani society has variety of cultures and  same diversity is found in norms, laws, ethics and social impressions about status of women   in all over multiple cultures of Pakistan .Commonly in rural areas woman status as a mother is considered most respectable place in families but this level of respect varies depending upon the social and  financial status of family.In urban areas strong woman regarding money, education level and link with influential men can naturally raise her status in social circles.Here tag of masculine identity plays an important role to save her from  unexpected attacks of evil like character living in angel ‘s robe.

Being follower of Islamic ideology, Pakistanis  are more influenced  with their  inherent cultural norms like following, patterns of joint and extended family system waiting for men’ approval for final decisions, avoiding giving inheritance to females, different code of conduct and values for men and woman etc…

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President Musharraf’s Vision and Achievements of his tenure

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Since General Musharraf has decided and declared to return to Pakistan, we consider it imperative that his vision and achievements be brought once again to the kind notice of  the Pakistani public.  A solid economically stable Pakistan is essential to our future’s prosperity and independence!

Compiled by: Afreen Baig  

Updated  March 2013

1. Pakistan economy was the 3rd fastest growing economy in Asia, after China & India in 2006. [Source]

2. Pakistan in 1999 was an economy of $75 billion and now in 2007 it is a $160 billion economy. [Source] and [Source]

3. Industrial sector registered 26% growth. [Source] and Construction activity was 17 years high.

4. Industrial Parks were being setup throughout the country for the very first time. [Source  & this].

5. Large Scale Manufacturing (LSM) was 30 year high. LSM rose from 1.5% in 1999 to…

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President’s address to Nation – 7 point agenda and Future course

Our leader - Musharraf

FULL TEXT (draft) of the speech of the Chief Executive of Pakistan General Pervez Musharraf
delivered at 20:30 PST (15:30 GMT) on 17 October 1999

Bismillah -Ar-Rehman-Ar-Rahim

My dear countrymen, Asalam O Alaikum:

Pakistan today stands at the crossroads of its destiny – a destiny which is in our hands to make or break. Fifty-two years ago we started with a beacon of hope. Today that beacon is no more and we stand in darkness. There is despondency, and hopelessness surrounding us with no light visible anywhere around. The slide down has been gradual but has rapidly accelerated in the last many years.

Today, we have reached a stage where our economy has crumbled, our credibility is lost, state institutions lie demolished, provincial disharmony has caused cracks in the federation, and people who were once brothers are now at each other’s throat.

In sum, we have lost our honour, our…

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Pervez Musharraf’s Devolution Plan 2000 and Present Scenario of Local Government

Tanveer Akhtar's Weblog

This article is meant for the fulfillment of the course work requirement for the Masters of Philosophy in Political Science, as an interval assignment. The article focuses an overall review of the prevailing situation of the local government, decentralization and devolution of powers for the community uplift and people participation in the community development at grassroots level under the Pervez Musharraf’s Devolution Plan 2000. 

 

Development is a major event which enable local people to take the responsibility of their own needs if it is implemented as an in its realistic spirit. We being the third world nations are unaware of our basic fundamental rights and at overall our obligations too, the developed states are developed because their communities are the development arms, communities take part in the process of planning, developing and implementing their projects too.

If people don’t care like the third world communities ultimately they are given…

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Pervez Musharraf’s Devolution Plan 2000 and Present Scenario of Local Government

Tanveer Akhtar's Weblog

This article is meant for the fulfillment of the course work requirement for the Masters of Philosophy in Political Science, as an interval assignment. The article focuses an overall review of the prevailing situation of the local government, decentralization and devolution of powers for the community uplift and people participation in the community development at grassroots level under the Pervez Musharraf’s Devolution Plan 2000. 

 

Development is a major event which enable local people to take the responsibility of their own needs if it is implemented as an in its realistic spirit. We being the third world nations are unaware of our basic fundamental rights and at overall our obligations too, the developed states are developed because their communities are the development arms, communities take part in the process of planning, developing and implementing their projects too.

If people don’t care like the third world communities ultimately they are given…

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“Peace and Good Governance among the major Challenges of Democracy in Pakistan”

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           Peace is the single motive to make people lives healthier and productive lives in a state with a single objective of national integration. Conflict is also known as the difference of opinion among the masses, why were we a peaceful nation at the time of independence? People were welcoming the immigrants from India and giving them full support to settle down here in Pakistan. What happened when we have not taken into consideration the aspirations of a majority which was our brethren in the East Pakistan? They started taking feedback of the non-state actors to get their differences be mitigated the result was the creation of Bangladesh.  In the prevailing situation in the country our major problem is the nastiest situation of peace in the country, which is mostly the major source of non-state actor’s involvements with the state to destabilize the nation and flaking…

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Pakistan ki Tareef

Secular Pakistan

by Haseeb Asif
Originally published at Kafila

Islami Jamhooriya Pakistan ki tareekh Hindustan se bohut purani hai. Balkay Islam se bhi purani hai. Jab aathveen sadi mein Muhammad Bin Qasim Islam phelane bar-e-sagheer tashreef laye tau ye jaan ker sharminda huwe ke yahan tau pehle hi Islami riyasat maujood hai.

Yahan kufr ka janam tau huwa Jalaaludin Akbar ke daur mein, jo Islam ku jhutla ker apna mazhab banane ko chal diya; shayid Allah-ho-Akbar ke lughwi maani le gya tha.

Baharhal, in kafiron ne butparasti aur mehkashi jaisay gheir munaasib kaam shuro kerdiye aur apne aap ko Hindu bulaane lage. Sharaab ki aamad se Pakistan ke Musalmanon ki woh taaqat na rahi jo tareekh ke tasalsul se honi chahiye thi. Iski vaja ye nahin thi ke Muslaman sharaab peene lag paray the, balkay ye kay unki saari quwat-e-nafs sharab ko naa peene mein waqf hojati thi, hukmarani ke liye bachta…

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