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The Sorry Fate of Mohenjo-Daro

The Sorry Fate of Mohenjo-Daro

The trip to Mohenjo-Daro is assuredly arduous, but it is nonetheless worthwhile. Rising tall above the mist enveloped and fertile plains of rural Sindh, Mohenjo-Daro is a breathtaking spectacle, a...
Good Politics is always Gray

Good Politics is always Gray

The one positive attitude we can see in Pakistani politics is that there is no black or white in the politics. The recent PMLN and MQM meeting proved that there should always be a gray in the...
The Puzzle of Presidential Election

The Puzzle of Presidential Election

The prophecy of “Aik baari phir Zardari” now seems to be becoming false as we are heading towards the presidential elections to be held on July 30th, and Zardari not being a candidate. His...
Blame Game Never Brings Change

Blame Game Never Brings Change

Let us not seek the PPP’s answer or the PML (N)’s stand , but let us all wait for the right one. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the...
Peace in Karachi: whose Responsibility?

Peace in Karachi: whose Responsibility?

The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) during its rule from 2008 to 2013 repeatedly claimed credit for reinstating the judges, sacked by the then president, General (retd) Pervez Musharraf after...
We Provide Votes in Lyari

We Provide Votes in Lyari

  Recently, MQM Coordination Committee members Slammed CM Sind for his meeting with gangsters of Lyari (PAC) right after taking his oath as newly elected CM. MQM after elections Repeated Stem...
Why Vote for PPP and Sassi Palejo?

Why Vote for PPP and Sassi Palejo?

Sassi has emerged to be a liberal politician belonging to PPP, contesting from Thatta PS-85 constituency, whose moderate approach and particular activism for human and women’s rights has earned her...
Election Campaigns Or Verbal Abuse?

Election Campaigns Or Verbal Abuse?

All  we see these days in the name of election campaigning is plethora of mud-slinging taunts and amusing songs by all electoral parties. What is even astonishing is the idea behind their...
What Goes Around Comes Around

What Goes Around Comes Around

MQM (the biggest stakeholder of Karachi), PPP (the biggest stakeholder of Sindh), and ANP (the smallest stakeholder in Karachi) have been facing a string of deadly attacks following explicit threats...
Questioning Democracy

Questioning Democracy

Five years of glorified Democratic rule are coming to an end; an era that is marked with destruction, chaos, anarchy and above all, corruption. Reports of ‘democratic fraud’ have been coming up...
The Z-Hood

The Z-Hood

The story begins with working the way to hoisting the green-white flag. It was when the flag-bearer Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s speech to the Constituent Assembly on 11 August 1947 targeted the would-be...
What’s with Nouveau riche & PPP?

What’s with Nouveau riche & PPP?

Apart from all the other form of applause that we give to PPP for their performance and its effects on ordinary Pakistani, in my opinion there is one more incredible addition to it. Government of...
The Illusion of the ‘Change’

The Illusion of the ‘Change’

Revolution has been the talk of the town with regular slogans that a Tsunami is going to sweep the country in the coming years. The general election is around the corner and the political parties...
Misfire or Strategic Move?

Misfire or Strategic Move?

  Pakistani drawing rooms and talk shows are resounding with N-League’s onslaught on Imran Khan. As usual, talk shows are only serving a mere purpose of bringing opponents in the wrestling ring....
Judiciary vs Executives

Judiciary vs Executives

The first thing that should strike the mind in the ongoing confrontation between the judiciary and the executive is that there is no obvious answer regarding who is right and who is wrong.  ...
Why Don’t They Leave Then?

Why Don’t They Leave Then?

As if multitude of problem facing us; war, poverty, terrorism, unemployment, power cuts etc; was not enough, our buffoon leaders grasp every opportunity to embarrass the whole nation in front of the...
Busting the Myth of Zardari

Busting the Myth of Zardari

Is he really the king of Byzantium, the grand master of intrigue, the uncrowned political oracle?  Four years into his term despite all odds and even his detractors have come to peddle with glee his...
I Don’t Care About No Raja Rental

I Don’t Care About No Raja Rental

I am an average Pakistani. I work hard for a living. And God Knows that’s not easy. I have many faces. I could be the woman who lives in Korangi, Karachi, and travels to I I Chundrigar road to work...
PhotoBlog: No Longer a PM

PhotoBlog: No Longer a PM

Finally, with the Supreme Court’s verdict of the ineligibility of the PM office held by Mr. Yousuf Raza Gillani, PPP is quite amenably looking for a new PM within the party. While PML-N has...
Think Beyond Politics for Smaller Units

Think Beyond Politics for Smaller Units

After National Assembly, Punjab Assembly has also passed the resolution for Saraki Province.  The creation of this province has strong support from PPP’s current government. Saraki movement...
Politics of Concerns

Politics of Concerns

Politics is a legal mafia, as quoted by the schizophrenic Nana Patekar in one of his movies. I didn’t believe that in the start and instead always associated politics to the service of mankind but...
The Other Side of Karachi City Alliance

The Other Side of Karachi City Alliance

Lyari-based PPP leader Habib Jan Baloch has recently announced forming of a new platform called “Karachi City alliance”, which according to him, is being launched to restore the peace of the...