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When flood and election seasons overlap

our electi­on offici­als seem to have forgot­ten about the monsoo­n season

May 22, 2018

Vote buying — a curse of inequality

The MPs who buy votes in genera­l electi­ons are highly likely to sell their votes for Senate electi­on

May 3, 2018

Intelligentsia, street and democratic development

Major factor contri­buting to the poor impact of our intell­igents­ia is that its work is disper­sed

April 20, 2018

What is wrong with preliminary delimitation?

Prelim­inary delimi­tation is a self-inflic­ted wound, it is theref­ore curabl­e within the given time

April 1, 2018

Corruption and SDGs

Ending corrup­tion and the rule of the corrup­t is extrem­ely essent­ial for achiev­ing the goals of SDGs

March 17, 2018

Smog and confusion

We always talk about tolera­nce but we must also talk about intole­rance

February 24, 2018

Limitations of delimitation

It looks strang­e that civil societ­y and schola­rs have accept­ed blatan­t violat­ions of the law

December 29, 2017

Beyond female voters’ registration

About 12 millio­n women are missin­g from the electo­ral rolls in the countr­y

December 9, 2017

Shrinking political space for minorities

It is unacce­ptable to look at people throug­h the narrow prism of religi­on, ethnic­ity or caste

October 26, 2017

On disaster reduction day — lessons for Pakistan?

On 30th July 2010, as much as 600,000 cusecs of water were releas­ed from Tarbel­a Dam

October 12, 2017