Dr. A Q Khan
Mohsin e Pakistan

Archive for December, 2008

Grassroots causes

Posted in English Articles  by draqkadmin
December 24th, 2008

Random thoughts
By A Q Khan

Times are changing fast and the world is full of sensational news – the presidential elections in the US; the unexpected win by the Labour candidate in by-elections in the UK; economic turmoil all over the world and the fragmentation of the US economy; display of power by Russia and its joint Naval exercises with Venezuela; Iran’s announcement of the commissioning of 5,000 centrifuge machines; speculation about the Marriott suicide bombers; what is currently happening in Karachi. But, most of all, the incident that became the focus of world news was the simultaneous attacks on important targets by 10 terrorists in Bombay that killed around 200 innocent people. Not so surprising was India’s immediate response of holding Pakistan responsible, totally ignoring the fact that we ourselves are victims of terrorism.

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Archive for December, 2008

Grassroots causes

Posted in English Articles  by draqkadmin
December 24th, 2008

Random thoughts
By Dr A Q Khan


There are some things in our lives that come to mind every now and then. Some are pleasant, others quite painful. The pleasant ones make us feel happy. Unfortunately, these are usually rare and do not last long. Unpleasant and painful memories have the tendency to be long-lasting. We vividly remember those tough examinations we had to sit and those sleeping nights. Some events may have left such vivid memories that we can never forget them. Read the rest of this entry »

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Archive for December, 2008

Grassroots causes

Posted in English Articles  by draqkadmin
December 24th, 2008

Random thoughts
By Dr A Q Khan


Our country is going through a very difficult time. Besides the law-and-order situation, the biggest problem at the moment is the financial crisis. With a lot of effort, after significant canvassing and agreeing to stringent IMF conditions, we managed to get a loan of $7.6 billion. How long this will keep our heads above the water is hard to say.

There are many reasons for this situation and the newspapers are full of explanations, both from the government’s financial wizards and from independent experts and analysts. While both are justifying what they are saying, the boat is slowly sinking. As a layman in the financial field, I can Read the rest of this entry »

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