Incompetence, official apathy and brute commercialism continue to drive the private and public health sector
For change to happen, problems need to be placed under the public spotlight
Pakistan’s dilemma is selective rule of law instead of justice and security to all citizens.
Sharifs, Zardaris or others award party tickets for National Assembly according to their whims. Merit hardly matters.
The kidney tourism apart, the Libya of yesterday was certainly a thousand times better than the one bleeding today.
Once known as noble profession, medical & pharmaceutical industry are hardly different from other corrupt institutions
Most legal practitioners have acted as the vested interest that keep reaping dividends off a system which has failed.
Journalists usually must tread with extreme caution; they are exposed to reprisal if they report even objectively.
What is needed? First, a credible national narrative and then another to counter the al Qaeda-led narrative.
Unless the police is freed of political interference, the public will remain sceptical and wary of it.
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