Stories about Pakistan from February, 2008
Lahore Nama on the skewed urban development agenda in Pakistan.
Pak Tea House takes a closer look at Jinnah and history – to serve as a lesson for contemporary parliamentarians in Pakistan.
Chapati Mystery on the idea of “decline scenario” in interpreting history – implying that South Asia was already in decline before colonization.
Pakistan's act of blocking access to YouTube may have had consequences far deeper than initially planned says iFaqeer.
Sepia Mutiny on the future of US's foreign policy in South Asia.
YouTube appears to be blocked in Pakistan, All Things Pakistan points out that this may have a political rather than a “cultural” reason – given that a number of videos of election rigging were posted.
Metroblogging Lahore wonders why the elections results in Pakistan are confusing to the West.
opendemocracy breaks down the results of the elections in Pakistan.
With elections in Pakistan just over, The Pakistani Spectator predicts that another round of elections are likely in 2009.
Pakistan Paindabad on the morning after the elections – the results are in and life gone as usual.
Lahore Nama on the the dilemmas of a Lahori voter in the recently held elections in Pakistan.
Development Industry on manging urban growth in South Asia – given that estimates suggest where over a third of the people live in urban areas.
With the results of the elections in Pakistan becoming more clear, it is obvious that Musharraf, despite his promises hasn't won the confidence of the voters. Crow's Nest writes, reflecting on those associated with Musharraf. In the election results of the year 33 former ministers who were closely associated with...
As people in Pakistan were out voting today, the blogosphere discusses the elections. All Things Pakistan, is following the elections and urges its readers to share their accounts. We are especially interested in hearing reports from our readers in Pakistan about what they see on the streets, what their own...
Out Against Abuse – dedicated to discussing issues of domestic violence affecting the South Asian community urges readers to share their stories.
Pak Tea House on the Attorney General in yet another controversial matter – this time about elections and rigging.
Crow's Nest on certain strains of Bird Flu being detected in some poultry farms in Southern Pakistan.
Metroblogging Lahore remembers those who died in the line of duty – with a few photographs.
Light Within on a journey on Pakistan's longest highway – the N5.
All Things Pakistan on the critical but neglected issue of caring for the mentally ill in the country.
The Pakistani Spectator on the rush of Chinese goods, and how Pakistan needs a strong infrastructure to maintain its economy.