I don’t think that just because Shaukat Khanam is the biggest charity-run hospital in Pakistan we can’t question its accounts. No one is denying the good the hospital does in the country, but as stakeholders, donors have the right to question the accounts. We should question it and then prove that it is transparent.
The question about the off-shore investments hasn’t been answered properly and it does raise legitimate concerns I think.
"The real indictment in the article is not of PTI or Imran Khan, but of Pakistan. He says that the anit-Amicanism ‘signals a deeper malaise’ of Pakistani Society. The funny thing is for 30 years India maintained an anti-US foreign policy and were referred to as the ‘champion of democracy and third world freedom’, but the day public opinion in Pakistan swayed against the US foreign policy it is ‘a signal of a deeper malaise’. Mr. Dhume is talking errant nonsense! The anti-US-foreign-policy feeling in Pakistan is not related to religious extremism. It is a reaction to the political choices of the US in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan, and this reaction is not only seen in the ‘madrassa’ educated child, but is also the political opinion of the ‘America-educated’ Paksitani. To try and paint a sinister picture of Pakistan because political opinion is against the US foreign policy is an absolutely baseless argument."
#us foreign policy
Apparently Eric Schmidt and Yousaf Raza Gillani met in Pakistan. I cringe at the thought of what they would’ve talked about D:
#the prime minister woes continue
I wonder if our Prime Minister passes his stupid ideas by someone before he shares them with the world. Seriously though, is there nobody among his advisers who could’ve stopped him from saying that printing more money could solve the energy crisis?
Congo's Children with Pakistan's Founder →
KINSHASA, Congo - Jinnah Public School is commonly known as the Jinnah School in this central African country. The Congolese students honor Pakistan once every year at the annual function by reciting the Pakistani national anthem. Some 4000 Pakistani civilians and soldiers are helping Congo-Kinshasa stand on its feet.
The school was established by Pakistan Army officers and soldiers as a gift to the people of Congo.
things like this genuinely make me happy! :’)