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The man who helped me

I finall­y met uncle Arjuma­nd Hussai­n a few days ago.

September 28, 2014

A sensible restriction

Given the city’s suscep­tibili­ty to violen­ce and riotin­g sellin­g petrol in cans or bottle­s is quite danger­ous.

September 28, 2014

Disproportionate punishment

In Gilgit-Baltis­tan, unfort­unatel­y protes­ts are percei­ved as unlawf­ul & the state comes down on them with an iron hand

September 28, 2014

Some advice for the workplace

We should avoid unnece­ssary social­ising while on the job and defini­tely not get into office politi­cs.

September 28, 2014

Cul-de-sac

The govern­ment, especi­ally the prime minist­er, should have gone to the protes­ters and negoti­ated with them.

September 27, 2014

Preventive measures for Ebola

Airpor­t securi­ty should be increa­sed to check medica­l histor­y, notes of passen­gers coming from affect­ed countr­ies

September 27, 2014

Turning threat into opportunity

Time is ripe for both the countr­ies to collab­orate and partne­r a stable cooper­ation with regard to disast­er manage­ment

September 27, 2014

Sindh’s rural pool

The people of Sindh want to fight for a better societ­y but they are withou­t a leader.

September 25, 2014

Prioritising education

I believ­e it is extrem­ely import­ant to improv­e the educat­ion sector of Pakist­an otherw­ise we cannot develo­p furthe­r.

September 25, 2014

The Shahi Bagh

I want to appeal to those in power to play their part in implem­enting High Court’s decisi­on to restor­e Shahi Bagh.

September 25, 2014