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What do you hear with?

What do you hear with?

We all hear with our ears, of course. And see with our eyes. But the eye is not just a camera that merely transmits images, any more than the ear is simply a microphone that merely feeds soundbites to the brain. It’s much more complicated than that. So, do we really hear and see? Well it depends.Read More

Essence of democracy

Essence of democracy

No one ever accepts responsibility for any disaster, lack of policy to serve the nation may it be financial, economic or diplomatic, murders, transparency in working or any other.Read More

A hung parliament

A hung parliament

Despite general elections round the corner, a wave of uncertainty grips the country. According to the constitution, June 5 when the National and Provincial assemblies complete their five-year terms polls should be held within 60 days.Read More

The untouchable

The untouchable

A lot has been said about military dictators in the recent past. With some extending support and the others opposing dictatorship, Pakistan has had its fair share of military rulers since its inception. Read More

Supreme Court verdict

Supreme Court verdict

As a student of politics, I am watching developments on two politically significant court cases. One against the former president of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, and the other against the former prime minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif.Read More

Wargaming elections

Wargaming elections

Imran Khan says his Lahore rally will change the course of history. Paraphrased in concrete terms, this means the rally will turn the tables on the PML-N government and create conditions that would bring the PTI to power.Read More

Silence before the storm

Silence before the storm

It’s been theorised that RAW or other foreign agencies are behind the enforced disappearances of Pakistani leftist activists and those suspected of abetting terrorist operations. Read More

Asifa’s plight

Asifa’s plight

Living in the outskirts of a small Jammu town, Asifa was an 8-year daughter of a nomadic Muslim family, helping the family in herding its livestock.Read More

Zainab and Asifa – sharers of the same fate

Zainab and Asifa – sharers of the same fate

My family and close friends reprimand me quite often on highlighting negative issues with keen interest.Read More

Is hunger in Pakistan a factor of agriculture?

Is hunger in Pakistan a factor of agriculture?

For a country that has the eighth highest farm output in the world, Pakistan ranks shamefully low on the Global Hunger Index: 106 (out of 119 developing countries), six places lower than neighbouring India, and lower than a majority of African countries (including two places lower than Ethiopia, eight places lower than Mozambique, and nine places lower than Tanzania).Read More

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