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Tahir Sarwar Mir

Minus One by Tahir Sarwar Mir

Tahir Sarwar Mir

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Indira’s war – Ahmed Quraishi

Pakistanis have shown remarkable ability to introspect and critique our own internal failures that led to the breakaway of East Pakistan to become Bangladesh 42 years...

Our Response To Dhaka – Harris Khalique

In 1994, a work-related training took me and my friend Zaffar Junejo to Bangladesh. After an extensive two-week field and classroom learning sessions at the Centre for...

The ‘Controversial’ Judge – Hussain H Zaidi

Who is Pakistan’s most controversial judge to date? The answer in nine out of ten cases is likely to be ‘Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry’, the recently retired chief...

Playing On The wrong Pitch – Mosharraf Zaidi

Two noteworthy recent launching events have captured many of the frailties and complexities of the Pakistani discourse. If we can learn the valuable lessons available to...

‘Justice’ In Dhaka – Taj M Khattak

When Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajid invited President Nelson Mandela to visit Bangladesh in 1997 for the 25th anniversary of the country’s independence, it...

The Fourth Transition – Dr Maleeha Lodhi

With Tassaduq Hussain Jillani’s elevation to chief justice of Pakistan, the country has completed a third transition this year. A historic political transition saw...

One army, zero lashkar – Syed Moazzam Hai

With the selection of the new COAS there are renewed expectations of country’s civilian and military leadership finally crafting the much needed longterm national...

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