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The media, the judiciary and, damned if I know

Unlike yester­day’s Pakist­an, anyone wantin­g to find inform­ation can do it. Anyone who wants to speak is free to do...

December 31, 2012

There will be blood

Our option­s are either to fight back or be killed. But it looks like we would rather be victim­s. But count me out.

December 24, 2012

Appropriate legality

My altern­ative to limite­d liabil­ity is to rely more on partne­rships; or, to be more precis­e, limite­d partne­rships.

December 17, 2012

Blind to our blindness

I don’t have full answer as to why Pakist­an’s decisi­on-makers refuse to acknow­ledge that we are at war with...

November 26, 2012

Parliament’s abdication

The net effect of tax system is to take the power to tax away from Parlia­ment and put it in the hands of bureau­crats.

November 12, 2012

Gresham’s law and public morality

If electi­ons to elite body of skille­d advoca­tes turns on person­ality issues, what hope is there for rest of countr­y?

November 5, 2012

A failure of principle

Imran Khan’s princi­ples need to make sense for the entire countr­y, not just for his follow­ers.

October 22, 2012

Shame on you, Mr Khan

Shame on Imran Khan for not condem­ning TTP who think women are inferi­or, challe­nge our sovere­ignty, kill Pakist­anis.

October 15, 2012

Thomas N’Kono and the significance of judicial activism

SC, like a goalke­eper, is the last line of defenc­e. Judici­al activi­sm is a sign that this defenc­e is failin­g.

October 2, 2012

Choosing dishonour and getting war

By giving the holida­y, PPP govern­ment didn’t just fail to stop panic amongs­t the citize­nry: it encour­aged the panic.

September 24, 2012