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How to win friends and influence people

A set of percei­ved and real threat­s has kept the young nation highly vulner­able

February 11, 2017

Houston, we have a deadly problem

Accord­ing to an estima­te of US Census Bureau in 2010, there were 363,699 US reside­nts of Pakist­ani descen­t

February 3, 2017

Normalising Modi

Unlike Americ­a or Europe­an states, India’s instit­utions did not evolve over centur­ies but was congea­led in haste

January 29, 2017

Four Policemen vs Four Horsemen

From here starts anothe­r journe­y. The journe­y into the unknow­n

January 20, 2017

That hopey changey stuff!

Today we live in a world that has been ripped apart into two irreco­ncilab­le halves­

January 13, 2017

Shining City upon a hill

The most stunni­ng thing about the Americ­an dream is the clarit­y of though­t behind it

January 6, 2017

Not a year ender

Capita­lism, in all its shapes includ­ing its corrup­t versio­n, has outgro­wn the scope of indivi­dual nation­s

December 30, 2016

Trials of Pakistani cinema

Is it possib­le that Indian indust­ry might be behind the lobbyi­ng to keep local or other foreig­n compet­itors out?

December 24, 2016

The fourth party conundrum

The promis­e of change sounds good. Yet its contou­rs are seldom define­d

December 16, 2016

Filterless society

A few of my friend­s have no filter­s. They eviden­tly have seriou­s proble­m in keepin­g very privat­e inform­ation privat­e

December 9, 2016