Pakistan is a developing or underdeveloped country? Pakistan problems as a developing country.
Role of Pakistan in Developing Countries
Pakistan came into being on 14 th August, 1947. This country came on the face of the world on 27 the Ramadan, most probably the Shab e qader! This is unusual and extraordinary! It clearly shows that Pakistan do have a serious and long lasting role in the world and is drawn on the globe for a purpose.
It is said that Khana e Ka’aba is at the center of the world and Pakistan is in the center of the continent of Asia. Pakistan had faced a number of problems right from its existence, but with true spirit of words and letters, she continued working hard and coined herself as ‘developing’ country.
Iran, India, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Afghanistan, Somalia, Zimbabwe, Nepal, Iraq, Libya, Sudan, Uzbekistan, Maldives, Myanmar are all developing countries of third world. Many of the population in these countries are living in poverty and have less chances of getting jobs and opportunities. Pakistan, being the Nuclear Power has earned a magnanimous power and magnitude among these countries and the third world countries started to expect from her a lot.
The recent development in Pakistan in the name of CPEC, China Pakistan Economic Corridor, has stunned the countries and they all are eager to join the money rush. This is a huge step in the development of the country herself and is a source of getting jobs for the allied countries of the third world. If their financial issues are resolved timely then they can get themselves for better education and hence better living standards.
Role of Pakistan in the third world if of leader and leadership is all that matters. Steps taken in by the Pakistan in the near future can have great impact on the foreign policies and allied policies of other countries, so it is mandatory for Pakistan to fashion good decisions in the betterment of the countries of the third world!
Is a man’s fate bounded? Man is the Architect of his own fate.
Is man fate bound?
Fate is a huge term and is very interesting, but equally controversial. There are always two types of people on the basis of whom, the world could be divided into two distinct groups: the world of winners and the world of losers. The world of winners is not in favour of any hurdle or obstacle as for them the word ‘impossible’ is not known to them as Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the famous leader who founded Pakistan in way back 1947! He was the man of intellect and firm determination. What he did, the world witness it! He belongs to the world of winners where famous, writers, singers, architect, musicians, film makers, scientists are included. These people too were blessed with fate and the machinery of fate do act upon them, but with firm resolve and solid determination they tend to drop off the magnitude of fatality into immortality.
As far as the world of losers are concerned, they reach nowhere as they are religiously ‘fate-bound’ they depend on the element of ‘chance’ that definitely come to ruin their fate as famous writer Thomas Hardy quoted in many of his novels. He is of the opinion that man is fate bound and is never free, but in my own personal opinion, fate do have some effect on the person’s life, but human will is free and that is what matters!
It is person’s own decision whether he wants to be a part of world of losers to whom no one recognize or he wants to be fit into the circle of the winners. A loser can be a winner if he sits and acts upon on the lives of winners as ‘sit with the winners, the conversation will be different’ so think wisely.
Social Media and Termination. article is here.
Is Social Media Behavior a Valid Ground for Termination? Sample
Does Termination of Media Affects the Source of Information?
Man is biosocial animal as a definition of psychology says. Talking is times old tale. Human being interact with each other through the different means of languages. In order to understand each other globally, man learns the language of others so that they can converse in a better way.
Medium is very important. There are two kinds of mediums: electronic media and print media. In print media, newspapers, fiction, literary books, text books, magazines suitable to all ages are included. In electronic media, radio, television and internet are prominent. It is impossible for human being to talk and converse with each other all the time. On the other hand, talking is based on knowledge and knowledge is handicapped without the availability of mediums whether print or electronic.
No school, college, university could be run without text books, teaching notes, guides and in modern era without powerpoint or Microsoft word documents. Laptop and internet are the only monarch of information nowadays and if these sources of mediums are terminated or blocked somehow then, there will be no education as there are no books to be printed through print media and there will be no progress without the tool of internet.
Internet is the quickest source of information. Students, teachers, employees, businessman, and even layman’s life would be affected if Medias are terminated. There will be no progress or very little in the fields of science and humanities. Sharing leads to progression and if research work or ideas are not inter-changed between people, clubs, communities or educational think tanks then the life of people is just a wastage of time and there will be no colour and fun remains with them. Media should not be termination as it voids one from good sources of information.
Pakistan and its Hate Crimes. Challenges of Hate Crimes in Pakistan. Sample article is here,
Hated Crimes in Pakistan
Pakistan came into being in 1947 and was declared an Islamic republic of Pakistan officially in 1956. In order to run the affairs of country, the government officials sat together and made certain rules, did necessary amendments and revised the policies. This lengthy process was undergone tremendous thinking and working process. Hence constitution was formed in 1973 in the rule of General Zia-ul-Haq.
Laws are made to control the emergence or the existing crimes in different cities, towns or villages. There are number of crimes which affect the lives of the Pakistanis and all are equally hated crimes in the country. In Islam, robbing others’ wealth, blood and honour is a punishable crimes and severe punishments are decreed by ALLAH Almighty HIMSELF in the Holy Quran.
Offences are cruel in their very nature and hurt others to a greater extend. Theft is being hated by many as they robbed them of their hard work and the needs related to their daily life. Killing someone is like killing the entire humanity as with that single person, love, care, needs, memories and lovely bindings are bound of the persons near and dear to that killed one. Insulting someone, degrading him simply means the murder of that person.
People who are emotionally and physically turpitude are prone to suicide and that killing is written in the book of the doer. Throwing of acid, snatching are immensely hated crimes in Pakistan and in the whole world. In nutshell, we must hate the crime, not the criminal. The reason is the criminal could be illiterate or ignorant of his act or he may be in fit of anger or is needy to the extent that the only hope of him lies in the theft. Crime could be taken away from the criminal so, hating the criminal is not a rightful act to do.