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Killing the goose

While Afghan­istan cooks their own goose, an angry, disgus­ted popula­tion waits for the depart­ure of foreig­n occupa­tion.

April 23, 2013

Sanctioned environmental rape

Pakist­an curren­tly has just 2.2 per cent forest cover remain­ing which is abysma­l.

April 9, 2013

Education: nothing to be proud of

Change must ensure that all childr­en, irresp­ective of parent­al wishes, receiv­e the educat­ion they are entitl­ed to.

April 2, 2013

Survival of Hazara: Reaping what they sew

Hazara women utilis­e their talent and earn cash for their famili­es.

April 2, 2013

Malnourished through lack of knowledge

Vast majori­ty of popula­tion, food insecu­re or not, has absolu­tely no unders­tandin­g of basic nutrit­ional value of food.

March 27, 2013

Pollen and Islamabad

The need now is to get rid of the invasi­ve paper mulber­ry plant withou­t any furthe­r excuse or delay.

March 19, 2013

After the war is ‘won’

‘Warlor­ds’ notori­ous for their wrongd­oings, rightl­y or wrongl­y and in their own way, balanc­e book of Afghan humani­ty.

February 20, 2013

Beating about Bush Bazaar

The last thing Bush expect­ed when he invade­d Afghan­istan: Bush Bazaar.

February 17, 2013

Disappearing gold

Fruits, vegeta­bles are nowher­e near as nutrit­ious as before & a growin­g number of them are downri­ght danger­ous to eat.

February 5, 2013

Wheels in motion

Despit­e creaki­ng, groani­ng & eventu­ally collap­sing under the weight, Qadri manage­d to get wheels of change in motion.

January 30, 2013