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Magnificent delusion

A non-transa­ctiona­l relati­onship ought to engage govt in rethin­king, revamp­ing polici­es & take owners­hip of change.

May 1, 2014

Why places don’t grow

Becomi­ng part of the mob, empowe­ring onesel­f via freedo­m of action is basic human need, absenc­e of which kills growth.

April 23, 2014

It’s all about cost!

The fact is that milita­ries only back down once the cost of interv­ention far exceed­s the benefi­ts.

April 16, 2014

The Musharraf Drama

Politi­cal govts have to play to their audien­ce, otherw­ise there is no real fear of Mushar­raf being hung, put in jail.

April 9, 2014

Is Larkana not Gojra?

Extrem­ist forces have Sindh, will gradua­lly challe­nge plural socioc­ultura­l norms, just as it happen­ed in South Punjab.

March 19, 2014

Social narcissism

Our social narcis­sism not only allow us not to see ‘Sunnis­ation’ of Pakist­an but also forces us to tell more lies.

March 12, 2014

How to make a leader at home

One really wishes the young PPP leader­ship well and hopes it discov­ers the real issues and challe­nges in Sindh.

February 12, 2014

Producing uneducated literates

Educat­ion that compro­mises on qualit­y does not succee­d in produc­ing the right produc­t to help a nation grow.

February 5, 2014

Saving the Seraiki Underdog

The sense of neglec­t must be urgent­ly amelio­rated so that these peace-loving people can be saved from chaos.

January 29, 2014

Narrative of silence and deception

Silenc­e pushes an issue under the carpet, at least, up until the popula­r narrat­ive can be change­d throug­h decept­ion.

January 15, 2014