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Syed Talat Hussain
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Metros and airports are useless frm public satisfaction point of view.Health, education,security and jobs.That's development.Thats democracy
It is no longer relevant what govt thinks is an imp project. Money has to be put where public's mouth is.
Unless projects that directly affect people's live are introduced, the word democracy will stay hijacked by slogan-mongerers.
If we can get motorcycle plants to be established in Pakistan, why can't we have water-purification plants established.
I am thinking of our villages and towns: purify water, remove 60 pc of disease from the scene.
Their water purification plant is wrkng miracles in Africa.800 households benefit frm a 20x20 sq ft simple technology pic.twitter.com/u3CMjKA2py
Jst 3 per cent Yamaha production is in Japan. 97 pc overseas. Lesson: location doesn't matter. Production does.
At factories like Yamaha there r procedures to save every second of every minute. pic.twitter.com/BKESV4YLjm
Because I am traveling ,won't be doing this week's shows.
مگر انقلاب بہت ہے shar.es/1mIL0q via @SaachTV
How we damage ourselves and rejoice in self-infliction. And how other nations look at us and ask "what on earth is wrong with them"!
Names with-held but at least thee multinational reps have told me about canceling investment plans for at least a year.
By the way Japanese companies planning investment in Pakistan are worried sick over political instability and dharnaz.
It is not just about having resources. It is about sincerity of purpose and a commitment to get things done.
Work done in 3 years is truly amazing. We can learn so much from their work ethic, and planning.
En route to Japan's city of Sendai, hit by tsunami 2011, studying how they manage post-disaster situations. pic.twitter.com/uiGV66pzfN
2014 Pakistan has more revolutionaries and reformers than the world has seen since 1789. They r cmng out of our ears:D
Also Bilawal, like Imran, sounds bitter, divisive, derisive---un- appealing strategy in a fragmented environment.
Bilawal can't emulate Bhutto without ZAB's thought process. Sounding like Bhutto is one thing, thinking like him is another.
Hoevr, fr revival PPP needs much more than shrieking assaults on PTI. It needs deep reform, focus, agenda.
In PPP jalsas cameras search for empty chairs, bt in dharnaz the same channels only showed filled up spots! And they say we are fair!
Verbal battles now define politics, bt media's role too is v interesting.
Will Mr Dogar be also asked to tender his resignation immediately after taking membership oath?That will be some sight.
Interesting situation: Imran is sending with Jubilation Mr Dogar into an assembly from where he is asking existing members to resign.
But for Hashmi it is grand set-back.Let us see how and if he recovers from it.For PPP,well,unmitigated disaster.
And yes this election was held in the presence of CM-PM Sharifs.How come it is free,fair and its result acceptable to PTI?
PTI retains thru a front candidate a seat it already had.Good for the party,but how is this a revolutionary change?
Police takes charge of Const Avenue. PAT check-posts gone. Imagine! Our success is to reclaim our own roads! Hw sad.
Is Dogar less daghi(tained) than Hashmi? Why couldn't PTI find a young,dynamic candidate? What has really changed?
PTI backs Dogar,who abandoned PPP, to teach a lesson to Hashmi, who left PTI!
These polls are very strange. PTI send plague on electoral system but takes Multan b-polls seriously.
Mr Querishi again absent from meeting Mr speaker on resignations citing Multan polls as reason
White cane safety Day today.Compliments to the brilliance of the visually impaired and how they struggle for their rights.
The ones fortunate enough to have their parents ,cherish them,relish their company,serve them well.They r a gift like no other.
Let us all pray for the departed soul and for those that went before his mother.
My close friend Ahmed's mother passed away.I can relate to his grief and sorrow as all those who have suffered this tragedy.
Yst in Peshawar, today in Pindi, Isb, those who can't manage traffic boast of managing Pakistan=))
They wish not to be slaughtered bt have little say. Hotel California Syndrome. Check in anytime, bt can never leave!
KP MNAs, as usual, r in the dark, but know that their goose is being cooked to make PTI's Punjab curry.
Mr Querishi- Mr Speaker meeting to decide where and when Mr Khan will meet Mr Speaker on resignations.
It takes govt infinity to remove containers that itself placed, hw lng wil it take it to adress long-standing problems. Infinity I guess.
In the name of dharna govt qabza of public roads and routes is astounding, defies logic, law, court orders.
Why is Isb still littered with containers blocking roads? Why is govt making this city look like Baghdad?
Good men, women revive our faith in who we are. Excellent role models. They seek not votes, power, publicity. They just give.
I don't know Ejaz Shameem and never met the shaheed father and son duo.But hats off to them.2 gave lives and one so much money for education
Babr and Haris died campaigning fr education in Pak on a single engine aircraft.
Jst heard a Pakistani Ejaz A Shameem donated $2.4m in Plainsfield Indiana to build 4 schools in memory of Babar and Haris Suleman.
Saying sorry to the bereaved families will not make Imran a lesser man. Only a better man.
Spinning yarn about local admn responsibility is meaningless gibberish. Worst form of escapism.
Parties reflect leaders' culture. Imran should apologize to the families of the dead. The least he can do.