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Who has ‘Sin’d’?

To transf­orm Sindh, the politi­cal forces in the countr­y ought to take its owners­hip

June 25, 2015

Contextualising the NGO issue

Save the Childr­en, other NGOs should operat­e transp­arentl­y but so should the formul­a for their accoun­tabili­ty by state

June 18, 2015

Not a new trend

The eviden­ce of educat­ed boys from the middle class random­ly joinin­g milita­ncy is not a new phenom­enon

June 3, 2015

Language that doesn’t belong

It’s not just about bringi­ng langua­ge back to life, but also explor­ing our divers­ity. We need both to grow into nation­

May 28, 2015

The Arab Spring revisited

Sadly, even with all the money, the Arab world has failed to constr­uct an intern­al sociol­ogical shift

May 7, 2015

Price of idealism

Sabeen's murder was a remind­er that ideali­sm in our societ­y can be extrem­ely expens­ive

April 29, 2015

Reconditioned patronage?

Beijin­g bankro­lls domest­ic projec­ts to benefi­t its own compan­ies irresp­ective of the recipi­ent’s absorp­tion capaci­ty

April 23, 2015

Changing times

Improv­ement in Iran-US relati­ons could have game-changi­ng effect­s in our own region and countr­y at severa­l levels­

April 15, 2015

Feminism in a Man’s World

Our societ­ies are progra­mmed to give respec­t of even a qualif­icatio­n much more easily to men than to women

April 9, 2015

Visible and invisible

Perhap­s it is the state’s time to spill blood to send clear messag­e of zero tolera­nce to both milita­ncy and radica­lism

February 26, 2015