Articles by Mazher Hussain

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Pledge on 70 Years of Independence by People of Pakistan and India – 15 Aug 2017
Mazher Hussain | COVA Network– TRANSCEND Media Service, 14 Aug 2017

Greetings on the Eve of Pakistan-India Independence — 70 Years! Sharing a Pledge both countries can commit to while organizing Independence Days tomorrow and day after!

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Challenge of Three Paradigm Shifts for the 8th BRICS Summit: To Facilitate an Economy of Entrepreneurs
Mazher Hussain | COVA – TRANSCEND Media Service, 17 Oct 2016

There appears some orientation in BRICS for sustainable development and employment to eradicate poverty unlike most other multilateral formations like G 8, World Bank and IMF that focus on mega projects, trade and investment. Indeed it is significant that the 8th BRICS Summit in Goa Oct 15-16 also undertake finalisation of a framework for cooperation for promoting MSME Sector.

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India: Stakes for Elections 2014 – Secularism or Democracy
Mazher Hussain – TRANSCEND Media Service, 28 Apr 2014

Finally we seem to have succeeded in dividing India, a country of a billion plus, into just two groups. Both groups claim to be secular… It is time people of India realize that in their mad scramble to vote for or against secularism, they should not end up sacrificing the very core essence of our nation: Democracy.

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Time We Civilize Our Foreign Affairs
Mazher Hussain – TRANSCEND Media Service, 20 May 2013

Apart from spying, many countries spread misinformation, instigate violence, kidnap or kill people in covert operations, facilitate terrorist attacks and even wage wars against other countries in the name of national interest and security. But if individuals or groups engage in similar things like rumour mongering, acts of violence or rioting, then we declare them to be deviant and criminal.

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India: Need for Peace and Equity Audit as a Parameter for Development Planning
Mazher Hussain, COVA-Confederation of Voluntary Associations - TRANSCEND Media Service, 3 Jan 2011

The objective of Planning should be to secure development and progress for all. But it is seen that development initiatives in India are leading to exclusion of large sections, increase in income disparities, intensification of social tensions and onset of conflicts between different communities/groups and even between the people and the State.

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