Ignoring the Issue

Last week has been dedicated to rallies, increase in political ante and allegations by political opponents. While this might be termed as a normal and encouraging sign in a democratic system, but in all the political bickering, the menace of terrorism has been ignored. The recent suicide blast in Nowshera targeting police officials has underscored...
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Why?

Kudos! to all the political parties who attended the All Parties Conference (APC) and came to unanimous resolution, holding national sovereignty supreme and rejecting all U.S. allegations, but beyond all this show of nationalism (probably for public consumption) it remains to be seen, what we will achieve through the brewing confrontation. Not to mention that...
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Ceremonious Relief

In recent days interior Sindh has been worse affected from the floods, resulting from the monsoon rains. Surprisingly it has been reported in the media that the relief camps have not been able to operate, due to absence or non-availability of political personalities to inaugurate the camps. It is unfortunate that in this time of...
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Freedom to marry?

We don’t know whether to laugh or cry. During a discussion on the Baluchistan women burning issue, a member of the Sindh Assembly declared that the Assembly should legislate on a “Freedom to marry” bill. This bill according to the honorable member would be to check practices like dishonorable killings. The thinking behind this proposal...
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