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Hackathon for Peace in South Asia
June 15, 2013
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To leverage the skill and most importantly the goodwill of Indian and Pakistani technologists, I believe we should organize a “hackathon” to expedite the peace process.
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Newborn Democracy Is Abandoned To Die In Pakistan by Malik Rashid
June 21, 2012
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Judges of the Supreme Court of Pakistan disqualified the Chief Executive of the state from politics. The ruling party nominated another Prime Minister. A court issued non-bail able arrest warrant for the fresh nominee. The standoff between judiciary and executive has produced assault on the executive. Retaliation could emerge on official level soon. Judiciary under […]
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Let’s Learn Bengali Quickly
April 19, 2012
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I know China holds a special place in the hearts and minds of many Pakistanis. Mention of Mao’s land evokes feeling of sanguineness- elation and trust. On the contrast Bangladesh – well I will leave it up to your imagination. But I believe it is in Pakistan’s interest to change that attitude immediately. Pakistani entrepreneurs, […]
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Pakistan’s One Percent
April 1, 2012
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Why aren’t we able to see any qualitative changes in Pakistan? Why can’t we arrest the rising inequality, governance and corruption and environmental degradation? Some will point to the dismal GDP of past year and may even argue that civilian government is to blame for the faltering economy. But all is not that bad in […]
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Ijaz-Sehbai: Memogate’s Dastardly Duo
March 13, 2012
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Many of us who have known Shaheen Sehbai personally are aware that his ties with Mansoor Ijaz goes back at least a decade. And I have been on a hunt to dig out some old articles so we can analyze Memogate in its historical context. My intent is not to vindicate Husain Haqqani but to […]
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Pakistan Saves Face By Appointing Sherry Rehman As New U.S. Ambassador
November 23, 2011
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Never expected that Pakistan will send Sherry Rehman as next ambassador to the United States. I didn’t expect it because she is one of the very few strong, educated, opinionated, liberal woman who had quit her job as Information Minister to honor her commitment to the media. I didn’t expect it because Ms. Rehman is one […]