After his distasteful outburst, Zardari needs to beg for forgiveness

IT is now dawning upon the PPP that its leader Asif Ali Zardari erred and erred badly by pointing his guns towards Pakistan Army but the party seems to be not ready to acknowledge this publicly. Instead of confessing the guilt, it is resorting to finding refuge behind lame excuses, which nobody is willing to . . . → Read More: After his distasteful outburst, Zardari needs to beg for forgiveness

Immy K revolutionaries and the future of ‘burger’ activism

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By Aima Khosa

Before we start some of the core arguments of this piece, I must give a little background of myself. I am, what the general Pakistani public calls, ‘a burger’. I don’t want to be, of course. I don’t like the association. I brag of my Baloch descent and try to squash the . . . → Read More: Immy K revolutionaries and the future of ‘burger’ activism

Give democracy a chance

Caught in the spiral of multiple problems, capped by insurgency and terrorism, disquiet with the elected governments is natural. Nor have high-ranking government leaders done much to satisfy the common people. Rather, their administrative and political conduct has given enough ammunition to opportunity-seeking autocratic groups to present democracy as an unworkable form of government for . . . → Read More: Give democracy a chance