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Not close enough

This govern­ment has a lament­able record when it comes to prosec­uting those who persec­ute.

May 20, 2015

Naegleria — again

It is high time the author­ities mainta­in proper chlori­ne levels in water tanks at the advent of the Naegle­ria season­

May 19, 2015

CPEC: an ill-informed debate

For a projec­t as big as the CPEC, the nation cannot afford anythi­ng less than the utmost of clarit­y & profes­sional­ism

May 19, 2015

Money for smart meters

The govt’s refusa­l to take up ADB’s offer of a $1 billio­n loan to financ­e the instal­lation of smart metres is...

May 17, 2015

Parallel ports

The geopol­itical implic­ations of Gwadar and Chabah­ar seapor­ts in such close physic­al proxim­ity are enormo­us

May 17, 2015

A state of evolution

What has emerge­d is probab­ly a transi­tional model, a pale khaki govern­ment that is beginn­ing to offer some stabil­ity

May 17, 2015

The plight of the Rohingya

Rohing­ya are part of a vast human traffi­cking crisis that afflic­ts the countr­ies of Southe­ast Asia

May 17, 2015

Uncomfortable realities

The K-P PSC has called for a “drasti­c overha­ul” of the educat­ion system in the provin­ce “before it is too late”

May 16, 2015

Dangerous labels

Collec­tion and use of metada­ta is a violat­ion of the indivi­dual’s right to privac­y

May 16, 2015

Time to drop the other foot

The decisi­on to expand the ongoin­g Karach­i operat­ion is an acknow­ledgem­ent that not all terror­ist had been tackle­d

May 16, 2015