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The party is over — literally

The leadin­g intell­ectual­s and democr­ats whom Bhutto favour­ed have been replac­ed with an entire­ly differ­ent breed.

July 22, 2011

Corruption Inc.

Corrup­tion has reache­d a figure which defies hyperb­ole. Rs3 trilli­on has been bled out by the Zardar­i-Gilani govt.

July 14, 2011

Let there be light

As tortuo­us as it has been for us, we need to suppor­t the KESC’s stand. They cannot cave into blackm­ail and thugge­ry.

June 30, 2011

A criminal mind

Sarfar­az Shah’s brutal slayin­g by the Sindh Ranger­s was disgus­ting, grueso­me and unspea­kably shocki­ng.

June 12, 2011

Ripe for revolution?

This societ­y is losing respec­t for law and order itself.

January 28, 2011

Bleeding us dry

Corrup­tion, unlike briber­y, has more seriou­s and far-reachi­ng conseq­uences for the nation­al econom­y.

January 22, 2011

Hypocrisy begins at home

It is no good wailin­g, gnashi­ng our teeth at horrib­le displa­ys of intole­rance, injust­ice and hypocr­isy in our countr­y.

January 14, 2011

Dealing with the devil

Assass­inatio­n of Salmaa­n Taseer is indesc­ribabl­e, not just for having taken place but for its afterm­ath.

January 8, 2011

New Year: Old story

We are enteri­ng not just a new year, but a new decade. Yet our politi­cians are behavi­ng as badly as they always have.

December 31, 2010

The picture on the wall

Quaid- i-Azam Mohamm­ad Ali Jinnah's politi­cal achiev­ement remain­s moment­ous, indeli­ble and unprec­edente­d.

December 25, 2010