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Archive for May, 2014

To Go or not to go?

There is a lot of speculation about the PM’s possible visit to New Delhi on Monday May 26 to attend Narendra Singh Modi’s inauguration as Prime Minister of India. Any exchange between Pakistan and India assumes symbolic proportions, arousing considerable comment and analysis thereof. Even though the invitation went to all SAARC member countries, Modi’s outreach initiative after the heat generated by the BJP against Pakistan during the election campaign cannot be brushed aside. The fulminations of an election campaign and the responsibilities inherent in running a state are quite different, BJP has shown this to good effect in earlier tenures.


Dangerous Games

Far better than Asif Ali Zardari except in the one that counts in Pakistan, pragmatic common-sense politics, Mian Sahib is genuinely popular among the electorate. Zardari is (and was) not, nevertheless he deftly cobbled together a coalition government and kept most of them happy most of the time. Being subjected to blackmail by his political partners from time to time was only a temporary inconvenience, duly assuaged by requisite sums of money and privileges.


Fight or Unite?

Shell shock and combat fatigue are medical conditions common during violent conflict.  Anyone going through the horrifying experience of being fired upon and have six bullets lodged in his body (two of them still there) would be in a state of trauma.  Before slipping into unconsciousness at the hospital Hamid Mir made some startling allegations. […]


Visting the Perots

The first time I saw Ross Perot Sr was during the graduation of my son Zarrar from Boston University in 1994, the US Presidential Candidate for 1992 was the Commencement Speaker. This day was a high note for me personally, my son Zarrar was graduating “Summa Cum Laude”, topping Boston University in both his Majors, Economics and Political Science. My only regret that day was not being able to shake Ross Perot’s hands personally. Thanks to coordination by Darcy Anderson, Ross Jr’s No 2 in “Hillwood Estates”, and accompanied by the father, Dr Ehsan ul Haq (alongwith his wife Naseem our wonderful host in Dallas) of my son’s best friend Dr Faisal Haq, graduating his college portion from Boston University the same day, it was an honour for us almost 20 years to that day to visit this great 83-year old American. Ross Perot Sr took great pride in personally describing the amazing collection of historical memorabilia in his office in Dallas, Texas.