The history of militarization of Pakistan goes back to 1947. Its a journey from need to greed. #5thJulyBlackDay
One of the least-reported aspects of the ordeal of displacement is the neglect for education amongst those government agencies catering to the IDPs.
Wanted to say something that I felt during my visit to Pakistan this year, just that next time some one else don't feel deprived or treated not fairly.
"People are like my sons. How can I stay at home when my children are killed in blasts?" Bashir Ahmad Bilour Shaheed
"She left home early in the morning saying 'mom! I have some urgent work today, I'm going early', started her car and went, but we received back her dead body, her white clothes coloured red with her blood,"
All the centres that preserve and promote Pashtun traditions and culture have already been blown up by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and other militants. Now it should be time for others to either firmly stand against the militants or raise their hands and join the party.
With estimated seven million population of FATA women constitute up to 60% of the work force in the agricultural sector, mainly to earn their sustenance and support their families.
People around the world celebrate the day. Because it is the 11th day of the 12th month of the 13th year of this century.