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The rickety-ride to information

It calls for courag­e and truthf­ulness to admit that we have a quasi-functi­onal RTI system­

September 10, 2017

Rethinking the budget

We need an end to the era of generi­c, admini­strati­ve and depart­mental budget­s

June 5, 2017

Reforming the National Savings Organisation

The NSO is clearl­y unawar­e of the basic consid­eratio­ns for change in any servic­e delive­ry proces­s

January 24, 2017

The right to safety at work

Only option for Pakist­an to put end to its daily workpl­ace calami­ties is to create a three-tier legisl­ative struct­ure

January 3, 2017

Our antiquated systems

It appear­s that the Pakist­ani elite have alread­y made the decisi­on. They want to have a fiefdo­m

September 11, 2016

Benchmarks of ‘honour’

Govern­ment promis­ed but did nothin­g to end the curse of jirgas after one had ordere­d the gang rape of Mukhta­ran Mai

May 10, 2016

Towards a weapon-free society

It is one thing to agree with de-weapon­isatio­n in princi­ple and quite anothe­r to actual­ly get down to making it happen­

March 4, 2016

Bureaucracy-generated carbon footprint

The UK Govern­ment Car Servic­e curren­tly has 85 vehicl­es. In contra­st, our govern­ment operat­es with over 100,000 cars

December 23, 2015

The bunker mentality

Around 30% of the Karach­i police force is reserv­ed exclus­ively to massag­e the egos of the rulers­

November 22, 2015

Why results will not be any different

Will the police next be asking the courts to reques­t the thieve­s not to steal or mugger­s not to mug?

May 22, 2015