Towards the Future; Is Chinese nationals invading nation’s sovereignty?

Towards the Future; Is Chinese nationals invading nation’s sovereignty?

Despite, targeted killings and kidnappings of Chinese nationals in Baluchistan, they are arriving in number of ruck. Second wave of Chinese nationals are following in the wake of labors on Belt and road projects. Beijing, excuse minor misdemeanors with comments and slogans like \'you are our friends\'. Pakistan\'s development is behind to China so it will hold better home to invest and cash the national resources. Islamabad should not put all eggs in one basket in order to avoid the theme on which East India Company entered in subcontinent. 

THE PRINCELY STATES

THE PRINCELY STATES

This is Mr Jinnah’s last trip to Dhaka; had he lived beyond September 1948, he would certainly have made many more visits to the capital of East Pakistan. Although the historic founding of the All-India Muslim League takes place in Dhaka in 1906, it is Calcutta (which Mr Jinnah frequently visits) that is the centre of politics in Bengal under British rule; it is only after Partition that Dhaka becomes the political hub of the Muslim majority in Bengal.

BUILDING THE NATION

BUILDING THE NATION

Students, particularly from the Punjab, play a pivotal role in the 1945 general elections. The elections are vital for the Muslim League because failure to win the Muslim seats will mean that further discussion on the demand for Pakistan will be dismissed by the Congress and the British Government. Consequently, the Muslim League moves to mobilise Muslim students.

PIECING TOGETHER PAKISTAN

PIECING TOGETHER PAKISTAN

Mr Jinnah’s personal interest in selecting the national anthem is indicative of his painstaking attention to detail about everything that touches upon Pakistan’s future. (His earlier care in designing the national flag, with its broad white band representing the minorities, is further evidence of the importance he attributes to these matters.)

HOLOCAUST

HOLOCAUST

Immediately after Partition, massive population exchanges occur between India and Pakistan. Six-and-a-half million Muslims move from India to West Pakistan and 4.7 million Hindus and Sikhs from West Pakistan to India.

THE SOLE SPOKESMAN

THE SOLE SPOKESMAN

“I, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, do solemnly affirm true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of Pakistan as by law established, and that I will be faithful to His Majesty King George VI, in the office of Governor-General of Pakistan.”

A PLAN TO NOWHERE

A PLAN TO NOWHERE

As dusk descends, the results of the riots that erupt on Direct Action Day are all too clear. It is a day of untrammelled rioting and slaughter between Hindus and Muslims. Trouble starts in the morning, even before the Muslim League rally, scheduled for noon at the Ochterlony Monument, begins. The Premier of Bengal, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy and his predecessor, Khawaja Nazimuddin are the main speakers. Tensions rise and Khawaja Nazimuddin pleads for restraint.

ISPR Reports:

ISPR Reports:

\\\"Rule of law in the country whatever sacrifices it may cost. No threat can deter resolve of a united & resilient nation\\\", COAS

Not all of us can prevent a war; but most of us can help ease sufferings—of the body and the soul. — Ruth Pfau

Not all of us can prevent a war; but most of us can help ease sufferings—of the body and the soul. — Ruth Pfau

Pakistan holds state funeral for German nun who fought leprosy

 

Pakistan’s Mother Teresa honored with state Funeral

 

Not all of us can prevent a war; but most of us can help ease sufferings—of the body and the soul. —Ruth Pfau

Pakistani soldiers on Saturday carried the flag-wrapped coffin of German-born Catholic nun Ruth Pfau to a state funeral where she was honored after devoting her life to eradicating leprosy in the country.

Generally, known as Pakistan’s Mother Teresa, Pfau died last week in the southern city of Karachi at age 87. She is to be buried in her adopted homeland.Read More

 

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