Challenging times for Pakistan

Pakistan, Jan. 17 -- Since there will soon be a new administration in Washington DC, many countries of the strategically important regions must be busy in reviewing the briefs on their relations with ... Read More

Will Sindhis rise to seek a new Magna Carta-part II

Pakistan, Jan. 12 -- Since the day I returned to my native land, I have beenkeeping myself connected with the evolving social and political trends in the Sindh society. My first observation is that we... Read More

Would anyone fill the political vacuum left by Benazir Bhutto-II?

Pakistan, Dec. 28 -- The disturbing news of the martyrdom of Benazir triggered violent protests and riots overwhelming the country especially her native province of Sindh. The people demonstrated the... Read More

Respect provincial autonomy, Mr. Prime Minister:

Pakistan, Dec. 26 -- The controversy over provincial autonomy more than any national issue has been responsible for our utter failure in the most important task of nation building. The over-obsession ... Read More

Would anyone fill the political vacuum left by Benazir Bhutto?

Pakistan, Dec. 20 -- On the 2 nd December 1988, the stage was set in the grand and sprawling presidency in Islamabad for the swearing-in of a young, intelligent and a beautiful lady as the Prime Minis... Read More

Time to fix the wobbling ship

Pakistan, Dec. 12 -- Should we take pride in Pakistan being one of the most important countries of the Muslim world possessing a strong army of over 600,000 soldiers, a formidable conventional firepow... Read More

The Muslim world at a crossroad

Pakistan, Nov. 25 -- The Muslim world is at a crossroad not knowing how to get out of the quagmire President Donald Trump had pushed it into at the behest of his blue eyed boy, Prime Minister Netanyah... Read More

The second wave of the demonic pathogen

Pakistan, Nov. 23 -- A few days ago, we lost Ambassador Waheed ul Hassan to this demonic pathogen. The angel of death was quicker enough to end his life within hours on reaching the hospital. He was g... Read More

Who will wipe the tear-soaked face of Sindh? (Part-II)

Pakistan, Nov. 12 -- Sindh being in the grip of the self-centered oligarchs and the shortsighted nationalists is engulfed by multiple threats which are progressively renting asunder its political, eco... Read More

Who will wipe tear soaked face of Sindh?

Pakistan, Nov. 9 -- "Strong souls have wills and feeble ones only wishes" is a Chinese proverb which befittingly applies to Sindh of today. Sindh has thousands of feeble sons and daughters who do not ... Read More