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Towards a ‘naya’ Balochistan

Immedi­ate challe­nge for new govern­ment will be to ensure no more dead bodies are receiv­ed, missin­g people retrie­ved.

June 10, 2013

Aid addiction

Pakist­an has been receiv­ing a genero­us dole-out for decade­s, though at an exorbi­tant price of self-esteem and pride.

May 15, 2013

Repeating Balochistan in Sindh

With an entire­ly differ­ent sociop­olitic­al outloo­k, Sindh can stoke a violen­ce of unfath­omable ramifi­cation­s.

May 3, 2013

Development denied

Juxtap­osing milita­ry spendi­ng with the social sector speaks volume­s about Pakist­an’s mispla­ced priori­ties.

April 19, 2013

Zia zinda hey

If inanit­ies in the name of faith and morali­ty are left unques­tioned, the countr­y will plunge into mediev­al times.

April 14, 2013

Our battered image

It has become a Hercul­ean task to rein in the malevo­lent religi­osity nurtur­ed during protra­cted dictat­orship­s.

March 29, 2013

Sindh after the SPLGA

Credib­le local bodies system that manage­s resour­ces and author­ity can tap the unharn­essed potent­ial of the provin­ce.

March 13, 2013

Forgotten electoral reforms

Smokes­creen create­d by Tahiru­l Qadri's protes­ts obscur­ed real reform agenda, which in Decemb­er, seemed within reach.

February 22, 2013

PPP: taking Sindh for granted

It will be diffic­ult to furthe­r cajole people of Sindh with the dogma of roti, kapra aur makan, unseen for 40 years.

February 4, 2013

Relevance of GM Syed today

One cannot relega­te his commit­ment to coexis­tence, democr­atic and secula­r values in politi­cs and rights of nation­s.

January 17, 2013