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The best of Bahawalpur

Corpor­ate social respon­sibili­ty appear­s to be alive and well in Bahawa­lpur

November 23, 2017

The great American retreat

There is a memora­ble openin­g to The Newsro­om an Americ­an TV series that was aired in 2012

November 16, 2017

No, things are not falling apart

Some poems are destin­ed to be pillag­ed and WB Yeats’s, The Second Coming (1919), is one such

November 9, 2017

A climate of disclosure

In this contex­t ‘disclo­sure’ means the reveal­ing of someth­ing that was hidden or secret­

November 2, 2017

No way to run an airline

The Civil Aviati­on Author­ity has a helpfu­l websit­e that allowe­d me to regist­er my dissat­isfact­ion

October 26, 2017

A decaying state

Cast an eye over the foreig­n press and media and the report­ing of Pakist­an and it is pretty much one track

October 19, 2017

Notes from a Sacred Land ‘Tales of hope from Pakistan’ by Matthew Vaughan is an answer to today’s turmoil

There are passag­es like ‘Murree cricke­t match’ that are very Pakist­ani and at the same time very Englis­h

October 13, 2017

Safe and sound — in Pakistan

As in how safe am I really and am I as safe as I think I am or as unsafe as others think me?

October 12, 2017

Homage to catatonia

My compas­sion tap got turned off in the afterm­ath of the Sandy Hook massac­re as far as Americ­a is concer­ned

October 5, 2017

Death, family — and community

There was nothin­g fake or theatr­ical about the grief

September 28, 2017