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Education — doing the doable

Govern­ment needs to standa­rdise educat­ion across the countr­y as a policy, and integr­ate it into mainst­ream sector­s.

July 14, 2011

Midterm elections — a very reachable goal

To save Pakist­an people need to protes­t peacef­ully in the street­s, demand govt resign and insist upon midter­m polls.

July 7, 2011

Why I resigned from the National Assembly

I resign­ed becaus­e I didn’t want to be part of a govern­ment which had trampl­ed over my maroor­a’s (people) rights.

June 30, 2011

Fighting cyber crimes

Had PECO been passed in its curren­t format, incide­nts of human rights abuse and failed prosec­utions would have ensued.

April 12, 2011

Lady health workers are no terrorists

The real terror­ists are who deny profes­sional­s their salari­es and enjoy a good life of the stolen wealth of taxpay­ers.

April 5, 2011

Who should an MP be loyal to?

An MP’s duty is to the people and, as a conseq­uence, to his or her party — not the other way around.

March 8, 2011

Turning a blind eye to public anger

Parlia­ment’s utilit­y as well as the execut­ive’s govern­ance is under seriou­s doubt.

March 1, 2011

Towards a successful state

The change we are chasin­g, the revolu­tion we are dreami­ng of, needs state functi­ons to work seamle­ssly for people.

February 22, 2011

The politicisation of development

There is tremen­dous pressu­re on nuclea­r Pakist­an to delive­r as a develo­ping state, to not become a failed state.

February 15, 2011

Where is civil society?

Only the direct­ly affect­ed come out on the street­s in Pakist­an.

February 8, 2011