This is a brief Talk of the Town Report compiled for those interested in Balochistan. Significant developments are listed hereunder.
Post Election Developments- Formation of New Government,1- June. The newly elected MPAs were sworn in on Ist June. 20 MPAs,in a House of 65,had never before been its members. The party position is: . . . →Read More:Balochistan updates June 2013
Austerity,the bitter pill and a little bit of faith:the magic ingredients to economic revival might be all that is needed for a dramatic turnaround. However,between promises and practices,exists a gulf that widens by the minute. The common man has been pushed into the background to figure out the solutions to his . . . →Read More:Big-Boy Toys
A boat beneath a sunny sky,Lingering onward dreamily In an evening of July–
Children three that nestle near,Eager eye and willing ear,Pleased a simple tale to hear–
Long has paled that sunny sky:Echoes fade and memories die. Autumn frosts have slain July.
Still . . . →Read More:Through the looking glass
The party of ‘economic revival’ is now squirming in the hot seat,breaking a sweat as it anxiously tip-toes around potential landmines. The loaded pre-election speeches promising quick fixes that won the populist vote have been written off as a theatrically gripping display of pathos and the people have once again been handed out the . . . →Read More:Careful what you wish for
As Pakistan witnessed a historic democratic transition,many in the county have started to believe that the days of military supremacy are over. But not on the roads,at least not yet.
As Nawaz Sharif,along with his family,left for the Presidency to take oath as prime minister for a record third time on . . . →Read More:PM Sharif’s convoy stops for Army Chief
ISLAMABAD:Nawaz Sharif of the PML-N was elected the country’s 18th prime minister in a race which also featured Pakistan Peoples Party’s Makhdoom Amin Fahim and Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaaf’s Javed Hashmi. The PML-N chief is scheduled to take oath from President Asif Ali Zardari on Wednesday evening.
Sharif won the office by bagging 244 votes with . . . →Read More:Solving national issues on Twitter