Despite years of establishment support,the MQM’s shenanigans and tantrums have transformed it into a nation-wide problem,further alienating from the national political mainstream – and it could end up becoming an aberration or political joke if it does not behave like a mature democratic institution
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This blog is part 1 of a three-part series.
How do you separate yourself from the place you were born and grew up? You are inexplicably linked to that place. Good or bad,bitter or sweet,it becomes a part of your DNA.
Karachi,my city,is a part of my being. The memory of . . . →Read More:Bidding home farewell
A few weeks ago I interviewed a few professors from Fatima Jinnah Medical College (FJMC). In the middle of the interview,one of them revealed that over 75 per cent of the female students who graduate from FJMC don’t end up as practicing doctors. That was certainly a shocking statistic for me,especially since I . . . →Read More:What’s your trophy wife
By Ahsan Waheed
The nation was treated to a scene of democracy at work by almost all the electronic media channels. Flabbergasted people watched as some of our most experienced politicians bickered over statements given by them and criticisms hurled at each other. One group of senators sat on the roadside while another . . . →Read More:The Beauty of Democracy