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Has Justice been served? by Abubakr Ayesh
Posted By: Abubakr Created On: 3/Aug/2013 Views: 1014 Replies: 0 
When the supreme authority for justice found itself surrounded by those who wandered in lust for power back in 2007, the lawyer community in particular and the society in general stood up to resist the one man show and eventually ensured the restoration of the disposed judges by rejecting the PCO. They had fought the battle with patience and forbearance and hence, deserved to taste the fruit of th Click here to read Full Article

The Common Man by Abubakr Ayesh.
Posted By: Abubakr On: 21/Jul/2013 Views:940 Replies:0 
Everyday we hear about “the effects of policies on common man” “the lifestyle of common man” “how inflation affects common man” “how to ensure common man problems are solved” “when will common man get a peaceful and merry sleep at night” etc etc. However, we have never thought what is A Common MAN. Click here to read Full Article
Where-and how-we lost it? by Abubakr Ayesh.
Posted By: Abubakr On: 16/Jul/2013 Views:1018 Replies:0 
When Pakistan found its name amongst the comity of nations on the world map, its inhabitants possessed a fervent zeal and ardor and aspired to become a role model for the Muslim World. The stories I have heard and read explained to me the sacrifice offered by those who migrated and left all their belongings in order to lead an independent life and those who welcomed the immigrants and shared their Click here to read Full Article
The Inequality in Education by Abubakr Ayesh
Posted By: Abubakr On: 8/Jul/2013 Views:1020 Replies:0 
As a child, I first resided in Muzaffarabad and then in Abbottabad before shifting to Rawalpindi in December 2005-I was eleven years old then. Being one of the bright students of the class, I was regarded by my teachers as someone whose intelligence level was beyond his peers. Nevertheless, when I shifted to Rawalpindi and was enrolled in an elite school which focused on expanding the horizons of Click here to read Full Article
The Educational Dilemma and the Probable Solutions by Abubakr Ayesh.
Posted By: Abubakr On: 3/Jul/2013 Views:1029 Replies:0 
Education can be described as the moral, ethical and economic backbone of any society. Lack of literate individuals in a nation means that not only the ethical and moral corruption-in terms of bribery, theft, vandalism, dishonesty and indiscipline-is rampant in society but also that the economy suffers from mismanagement and ineffective use of human capital. Click here to read Full Article
“The Educated Illiterate” by Abubakr ayesh
Posted By: Abubakr On: 25/Jun/2013 Views:979 Replies:0 
A general conception-and a clichéd adverb-in our society is that education shapes the personality of an individual i.e. “taaleem aadmi ko haiwaan se insaan banaati ha.” Without doubt this maxim carries weight and since the majority reading this article on the social media is educated, explaining this proverb will only bore the reader.Nevertheless, I can explain and quote enough examples to suggest Click here to read Full Article
The Irony of being a Pakistani by Abubakr Ayesh.
Posted By: Abubakr On: 11/Jun/2013 Views:1299 Replies:0 
Culture and traditions are the identity of a nation; they help one stand out in this global aura, form the basis of our introduction with people from various backgrounds and determine our behavior pattern in different fields of life. The language spoken in a region, the norms of its society, the traditions and celebrations held amongst them, the way its people dress up delineate and epitomize the Click here to read Full Article
A Probable Solution by Abubakr Ayesh
Posted By: Abubakr On: 28/Jan/2013 Views:1480 Replies:0 
The bleak conditions in Pakistan-I do not need to quote the evidence here-have been effective enough to motivate people to bring about a change-they direly await a change, yet it has proved inefficacious in making people focusing on the methodology entailed to achieve this objective. A recent four day cameo in Islamabad validates my claim: people were willing to endure the chilly weather day in an Click here to read Full Article
CHANGE-Where is it to be found? by Abubakr Ayesh.
Posted By: Abubakr On: 11/Nov/2012 Views:1276 Replies:0 
A clichéd phrase “Change” is what everybody is fervently searching for in this country. The common man is desperately looking for leaders who will work honestly and arduously for his homeland, traders who will bargain fairly without equivocating him, friends who will not betray him, colleagues who will not be envious of him and relatives who will stand besides him in gruesome circumstances instead Click here to read Full Article
Evolving the Revolutionary by Abubakr Ayesh.
Posted By: Abubakr On: 15/Oct/2012 Views:1496 Replies:0 
A cursory look at newspaper headlines or a glance at the television-while a political topic is being debated-suggests that common man of Pakistan direly awaits a change. In fact, some people have begun working for a change by mobilizing people through political parties, social media, internet and other social platforms. However-to everyone’s surprise and dismay, their efforts have not been efficac Click here to read Full Article
The scarcity of Patience by Abubakr Ayesh
Posted By: Abubakr On: 25/Jul/2012 Views:1550 Replies:0 
Yesterday, I was skimming through the metropolitan part of the newspaper when a small headline on the bottom of the paper apprised me that a teenager was killed by his peers after he had a row about the proceedings of a cricket match with his mates. This is not the only incidence of its kind; the consequence of small and banal fights is often bloodshed nowadays. Every other day, a car accident Click here to read Full Article

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