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Conscientious Objector

Govern­or Taseer was aware of the possib­ility of death, but stood his ground, while we today hold the bridle.

January 5, 2014

Staying Alive

Its about living & dying, honour & servit­ude. Its about him being his mother’s son, regard­less of voting prefer­ences.

December 30, 2013

Knowing Thyself

If there is going to be a ‘Pakist­ani’ identi­ty, it will have to be a sum of proud and clear ethnic identi­ties.

December 21, 2013

Farewell to the Judges Party?

Justic­e (retd) Chaudh­ary became a leader of the Court, the symbol, the face, the patron-in-chief of the Court.

December 15, 2013

5-and-5: The highs and lows of the outgoing CJ of Pakistan

The 'bad' the Court did was almost the grand. The 'good' was mostly micro, less glamor­ous, less advers­arial.

December 10, 2013

Sultan Rahi and the Flawed Hero

The standa­rd on which Justic­e Jillan­i is judged should be higher and hopefu­lly will emerge unscat­hed, judge-like.

December 7, 2013

Low Expectations

Genera­l Kayani was no democr­at, he was a genera­l first and last, any evalua­tion has to be based on that count alone.

November 30, 2013

Starting from the beginning

Divers­ity has to be acknow­ledged and cheris­hed, withou­t a value judgme­nt by the state.

November 27, 2013

Joining the Munazara

If SIC & TTP are 2 mainst­ream ideolo­gical extrem­es on politi­cal spectr­um, then surren­der flag proudl­y flutte­rs alread­y

November 16, 2013

Insulting Martyrdom

A state of affair­s where martyr­dom has no meanin­gful signif­icance is design­ed to go in favour of Mr Mehsud, Hassan.

November 12, 2013