The third-largest Pakistani diaspora in North America is most likely to have deepest impact on its original homeland.
Migration to the Middle East by millions of Pakistanis produced mixed results, some positive and some negative.
Millions have also left the country and gone abroad, creating large communities of Pakistanis in 3 geographic areas.
The rate of increase in Pakistan’s urban population was more rapid than the rest of the developing world.
Economy will inevitably increase at rate of 3 to 4 per cent a year, as it has done since the arrival of democracy.
Education sector suffered not only because of low funding but also because of wilful politicisation of institutions.
Election will provide answers to the questions being raised about evolving political, economic orders in the country.
Two poorer provinces have rich endowments that could relieve them of backwardness, but it requires good governance.
Sindh needs to move forward and use coal resource in a responsible way.
Today’s Punjab, from perspective of its initial endowments, suggests the province could have made better use of them.