Peshawar Army School victims struggling to cope one year on

Pakistan is observing the first anniversary of one of the deadliest terror attacks in its history – the black day when 141 people, including 132 schoolchildren, were brutally murdered by terrorists in Peshawar. One year has passed since the horrific Peshawar school massacre but there is still pain in hearts and tears in eyes. The… Read More Peshawar Army School victims struggling to cope one year on

Karachi heat wave calamity – an eye-opener for Pakistan to act on Climate Change

Lessons to learn from Karachi Heatwave 2015 Sana Jamal Cool breezes, frothy clouds, plentiful trees, clean roads with less traffic and trams running on some – this is how the old generation Karachiites remember their beloved city – a memory cherished often and prompted by the recent harsh heat wave. This beautiful memory of pre-1990… Read More Karachi heat wave calamity – an eye-opener for Pakistan to act on Climate Change

Pakistani Youth – most effective force for development

By Sana Jamal Islamabad – Pakistan, a country with youth bulge, has an opportunity of a lifetime to plan a healthy and prosperous future by transforming the youth potential into a driving force of development. Yet this prospect of a demographic dividend must be realised swiftly. “If right investments in young people are not made… Read More Pakistani Youth – most effective force for development

Pakistani Rural Women help revitalize Economy

Sana Jamal ISLAMABAD – Out of great disasters come great opportunities. This notion has fascinated and revived the humanity out of hardships since the earliest days. As Pakistan shifts from relief to recovery phase in the post-flood scenario, the focus was the rebuilding livelihoods. During these hard times, Pakistani women have emerged as the strength… Read More Pakistani Rural Women help revitalize Economy