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Troubled celebration

August 14 is a time for all democr­atic politi­cal forces to find some common ground.

August 14, 2014

Corruption in police

As soon as govt appoin­ts a new IG, those close to him end up gettin­g appoin­ted at the most profit­able police statio­ns.

August 13, 2014

Stock exchange blues

The long march should not disrup­t fundam­entals of the market as profit-making compan­ies will contin­ue to make profit­s.

August 13, 2014

Making it stick

It is now up to civili­an govern­ment to summon the politi­cal will to fight the cancer that blight­s the lives of so many

August 13, 2014

A retreat that backfired

With nothin­g to lose, the team has no choice but to go all out and push for a win in the second Test at Colomb­o.

August 12, 2014

The benefits of breastfeeding

Our provin­cial health depart­ments certai­nly need to keep pace with the health­care demand­s of a growin­g popula­tion.

August 12, 2014

Another Gaza ceasefire

The Cairo talks are being conduc­ted at arm’s length, with neithe­r side sittin­g across the table from the other.

August 12, 2014

Corruption in Tharparkar

Money given for rehabi­litati­ng drough­t victim­s of Tharpa­rkar was used by health office for procur­ing new furnit­ure.

August 10, 2014

The Ebola crisis

It is not inconc­eivabl­e that Ebola could find its way to Pakist­an and the countr­y would be poorly placed to treat it.

August 10, 2014

Anita Ghulam Ali — RIP

We need many more people like Ms Ali to battle for the cause of educat­ion and all that it stands for.

August 10, 2014