While the last couple of weeks saw Former President Pervez Musharraf along with Ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani share their views on the situation in Egypt, they also witnessed member of the All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) Atiqa Odho advertise her range of beauty products on Twitter.
Member of National Assembly Marvi Memon, who seems to be at the top of her game in terms of Twitter, shared her experiences moving around the country, while MNA Farahnaz Ispahani gaves comments on health challenges being faced by Pakistan.
Did you know that the “Atiqa Odho” lipsticks have no animal fat or perfume in them, which makes them a medically safe and Halal product.
Egypt protestors clean up after themselves. Now, that is national spirit.
Considering the sort of events that are taking place around the world today, Pakistan must start to prepare for change.
I feel that all these dargas connect Pakistan into one whole, across sectarian and ethnic divides. Perhaps that’s one reason I visit them all.
Maternal mortality should not be lumped with diseases. It is not a disease.
Key message to government: Broaden tax base, with its leaders paying taxes, slashing spending, curbing corruption and end subsidies on ‘white elephants.’