India had no legislature which could be remotely compared to the parliament in Britain. The assemblies were elected but they were not free and independent bodies. Party politics was organized largely on communal basis and within each community there were deep divisions: agricultural versus non-agricultural, urban versus rural and a host of sectarian, tribal and [...]
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If the Gilani-Zardari regime spend half of time on the issues like management of resources and their provision to the people, which they spend in protecting their NRO and rallying for Kerry-Lugar Bill, the people would be in far much better condition as they are now.
Even at the start of winter, where is no massive [...]
The budget revealed the continuing disconnect between the rulers and the ruled despite the advent of civilian rule and apparent democracy. Why else would the government have put even more burden on the poor through growing indirect taxation and actions that will make the basics of survival ever more expensive? The carbon surcharge is going [...]
In his post-budget speech, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Finance Shaukat Tarin on Sunday ‘advised’ the people to take a cue from the US population and start using public transport to cut their fuel costs.
Well, we are ready to take cue from the Americans and will use the public transport, but is government ready [...]