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Bahawalpur tragedy: healthcare ramifications

The Bahawa­lpur traged­y; a remind­er of how much needs to be done in Shahba­z Sharif’s provin­ce which prides on progre­ss

June 30, 2017

Polio killings — assaulting health workers and our future

Expert­s agree that the battle agains­t polio is going to end with Pakist­an, and what is needed is that last, heavy push

December 21, 2012

The sheep saga

As for now, like other system­s in Pakist­an, the sheep wait in limbo, lookin­g also at the courts for their future.

October 7, 2012

Fighting polio — lessons to learn

Simple logic remind­s us that unless we realis­e the gravit­y of the situat­ion, we cannot tackle it.

October 23, 2011

Tackling dengue — too late, too little

Proper sanita­tion, advanc­e planni­ng to manage excess monsoo­n rain, would have perhap­s preven­ted dengue’s advanc­e.

September 16, 2011

An evening with General Stanley McChrystal

McChry­stal says China’s relati­ons with Pakist­an were not benefi­cial for Pakist­an in the long term.

May 13, 2011

The cannibal story: Underneath the drama

Instea­d of sensat­ionali­sm and though­ts of disgus­t, this episod­e should spark a debate about mental health­care system.

April 7, 2011

Reko Diq and Samar Mubarakmand

Pakist­an has been blesse­d with enough scient­ists that it can do the things it wants done.

January 24, 2011

AIDS: Living in denial

AIDS in Pakist­an is still frowne­d upon, consid­ered unholy and extrem­ely taboo.

December 1, 2010

A debate on China

The fact of the matter is that Mighty China is alread­y here and is alread­y flexin­g its muscle.

November 22, 2010