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Childhood Mass Mobilization in Saddar Karachi– 1964 Demonstration for DMCSU Elections — 1963 Annual Picnic — 1964. Annual Picnic — 1964 . Annual Picnic 1964– Lt – Rt, Izhar, Rasheed, Tipu, Aga, Samdani(late0 Arts & Crafts Exhibition Committee- Lt. to Rt. Unaiza Niaz,A.Salam,Shafqat, Surg. Fazl e Ilahi, Baber, Rasheed, Yasmeen Kidwai Public Meeting-March 1969- The … Continue reading

EDITORIAL— THE ILLUSION OF CHANGE

THE ILLUSION OF CHANGE RASHEED HASSAN KHAN A political storm recently swept across North Africa and the Middle East. This part of the world, like most of the third world, has been ruled by corrupt, brutal, authoritarian regimes for decades. In almost all cases these regimes have been installed and maintained in power by the … Continue reading

NATOS FASCIST WAR — FIDEL CASTRO

NATO’s Fascist War by Fidel Castro Ruz The rebel leaders tipped their hand too early.  Now the whole of Libya, including the rebels, understand what they are: traitors dependent on invaders.  The rebels thus now lack motive force as well as military training: “Libyan Rebels Flee as Kadafi’s Forces Defend Surt” (Los Angeles Times, 29 … Continue reading

CONTEMPORARY IMPERIALISM

Notes on Contemporary Imperialism by Prabhat Patnaik Phases of Imperialism Lenin dated the imperialist phase of capitalism, which he associated with monopoly capitalism, from the beginning of the twentieth century, when the process of centralization of capital had led to the emergence of monopoly in industry and among banks. The coming together (coalescence) of the … Continue reading

OBAMA AND DEMOCRACY

OBAMA AND DEMOCRACY ABDUL GHAFUR KASI Barack Obama in his election campaign said: “yes we can”. He was referring to the changes that he would bring about in the US, if elected President of the USA – he was elected by democratic suffrage. Until now he has been a total disappointment. So far he has … Continue reading

EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY OF IRAQ WAR

resize:+ – reset Published on Saturday, March 19, 2011 by CommonDreams.org The Eighth Anniversary of the Iraq War by David Krieger On this eighth anniversary of the Iraq War, I feel a deep sense of sadness mixed with anger, along with regret for what might have been. We’ve had eight years of futile war in … Continue reading

KILL TEAMS IN AFGHANISTAN

Kill Teams in Afghanistan: The Truth These disgusting photos of murdered Afghans reveal the aggression and racism underpinning the occupation of my country by Malalai Joya The disgusting and heartbreaking photos published last week in the German media, and more recently in Rolling Stone magazine, are finally bringing the grisly truth about the war in … Continue reading

ABC OF A MELT DOWN

Nuclear Accident ABCs by the Union of Concerned Scientists In reporting on the nuclear situation in Japan, terms describing the possible state of the reactors have been used by Japanese officials and international experts. Unfortunately, these terms are not always used consistently. We discuss some of them below.   The reactor core containing nuclear fuel … Continue reading