Category: Sana Bucha

Treason Or Good Reason

Dr Shakeel Afridi. Ever heard of him? Let me rephrase: did you ever hear of him, pre May 2, 2011? That fateful night when Osama bin Laden was killed in a covert and...

Living In The Gangsta’s Paradise

Karachi: a city of lights that lives by the sea, is not just about the Quaid’s mausoleum, the stock exchange, lawn exhibitions or, for that matter, shopping malls,...

Truth Be Told

There’s been a startling moment in Pakistan’s foreign policy – a moment that not only crystallizes what this country is about but demonstrates the pitfalls of...

His Name Is Khan, Imran Khan

With the Pakistani media coverage a cacophonous standoff, and terms like neutrality vanishing from the airwaves, it seems like whatever opinion this journalist may...

Of Holy Cows And Unholy Alliances

The three musketeers are back together in the government. Or would you rather I call them idiots? Indeed, the rising anti-government discourse – and the explosion of...

While We Are Looking East

Do we in Pakistan sleep well at night? We should, knowing that we are being guarded by Pakistani troops on our eastern border with India. Bless the Khakis for keeping us...

Lawbreakers

The situation in Karachi is hopeless. Our political players? Self-serving and ghastly. Our media: uncanny, right-wing and appalling. Our religious values continuously...

An Ailing Pakistan

Pakistan was formed by a leader suffering from tuberculosis, who died shortly after his dream was realised. Sixty-four years later, the body politic continues to suffer...

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