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Archive for December, 2014

WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE?

The Peshawar APS terrorist atrocity struck an emotional chord through the broad swath of the country, the unspeakable crime against humanity succeeding in what our leaders across the board have failed to do for decades, unite the nation. The mass revulsion for the terrorists themselves and their acts notwithstanding, their known sympathizers came under severe pressure from the public. While from Karachi to Khyber spontaneous tears filled millions of eyes, Lal Masjid’s Abdul Aziz refused to condemn the heinous crime. Civil society’s daily vigil in front of Lal Masjid forced this hypocrite into making a contrite apology. Can anyone preaching violence under the name of religion be tolerated as a preacher?

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COUNTERING THE SHAITANS

At last count the Peshawar carnage of two days ago numbered 9 teachers and 132 children killed, 141 and still counting.  The incongruous thing is that “Talibaan” translated means “students”, can those who kill our schoolchildren be themselves called Talibaan? They should be called the devils (Shaitans) that they are.  The perverted ideology of such […]

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PLAN U FOR UNITY

An old adage says you hope for the best but plan for the worst. With PML (N) not budging on their demands, PTI’s ongoing saga is following that script.  Having proved his party’s resilience by the long-term Dharna (sit-in) at Islamabad’s D Chowk, Imran Khan set out to prove that PTI’s protest was not simply […]

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RECONNICTING AFGHANISTAN

The lack of economic opportunities for the populace in Afghanistan is a major impediment to peace and stability. Without an adequate industrial base and/or agriculture infrastructure, guns-for-hire in abundance as a means to finding income is neither conducive for foreign direct investment nor for domestic entrepreneurial initiatives. That a small elite cabal with fixed mindsets returned after the fall of the Taliban to occupy seats of power in Kabul, does not help.

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A CATALYST AT WAR

To his credit Mian Nawaz Sharif opened up the economy during his first stint as prime minister, he has exceptional ability as an entrepreneur to do much more for the country. Many, including myself for a number of years, had vested very high hopes in him. Unfortunately instead of opposing Zardari tooth and nail for his blatant corruption, he seems to have made a “Faustian” bargain with him this time around.

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