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The Blind leading the Blind

We want ‘real democr­acy’ — whatev­er that means — and we want it now.

September 2, 2014

The ghost of nationalisation

Far from being educat­ional centre of Anarka­li area, under govt contro­l it has become a self haemor­rhagin­g instit­ution.

June 17, 2014

Modi and the Two-Nation Theory

Loyalt­y of minori­ties is to state of which they are citize­ns & they should look to it for redres­s of their grieva­nces.

June 7, 2014

Modi sarkar

With both Sharif and Modi big on invest­ment, busine­ss, trade may be the factor that brings Pakist­an, India togeth­er.

May 19, 2014

Protection of life

We want a safe and prospe­rous Pakist­an, but how can we achiev­e it if we fail to protec­t the most vulner­able among us?

May 8, 2014

State of delusion

There are times where I think there is too much debate in Pakist­an on issues which are a bit too obviou­s and clear.

April 23, 2014

No Basant

The play lament­ed the loss of Basant and also touche­d on severa­l other themes as well.

March 11, 2014

War on culture

Festiv­als cannot ‘change’ anythi­ng, nor do this is their aim, but succes­s will be when people ‘takes away’ someth­ing.

February 25, 2014

Jallianwala Bagh: The turning point

Incide­nt at Jallia­nwala Bagh affect­ed course of world histor­y, but it is people who actual­ly affect­ed and led change.

February 12, 2014

‘Al Bakistan’ dreamland

We are first Anglop­hiles, then Americ­anised, later Arabis­ed, and now Turko-fied — when will we become Pakist­anised.

January 27, 2014