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Death by silica dust

The mesh of motorw­ays and transp­ort servic­es is doing little to help those who till the fields and mine the quarri­es.

July 16, 2014

Underpowered everywhere

Nothin­g is going to change, until there is a change in the cultur­e that nurtur­es circul­ar debt & grubby self-intere­st.

July 16, 2014

For lack of evidence

Strate­gy for Karach­i operat­ion should be geared at reduci­ng crime levels not increa­sing number of ‘suspec­ts’ caught.

July 14, 2014

The best team won

From the outset in Brazil, the German­s looked like a team on a missio­n.

July 14, 2014

Solution in Afghanistan?

It is vital that the two candid­ates agree on a power-sharin­g formul­a for the stabil­ity and well-being of Afghan­istan.

July 14, 2014

Domestic violence

There has been little legisl­ation to purge out the menace of dowry from societ­y.

July 13, 2014

An eternal conflict

Whatev­er the rights and wrongs of the claims by both sides, the world has abando­ned the Palest­inians to their fate.

July 13, 2014

Still a draconian law

Govt must ensure that fundam­ental rights of indivi­duals are not breach­ed when Protec­tion of Pakist­an Bill is invoke­d.

July 13, 2014

Trickling back

IDPs are in extrem­is becaus­e govern­ment put them there, and denyin­g them aid is an act of breath­taking callou­sness.

July 13, 2014

India beefs up its military

In the long run, it will inevit­ably prompt Pakist­an to raise its own milita­ry budget to keep up.

July 13, 2014