Samad Khurram, an active member of SAC and a student in Harvard Business School refuses an award from the US Ambassador to Pakistan, Anne Patterson in protest of US policies regarding the support of an illegal President Musharraf and the Mehmand Agency attack.
Faced with looming energy crises in their developing economies, power-hungry Indonesia and the Philippines are looking deep into the earth for a solution.
A link between the economic growth of a country as a whole and a decline in the vociferousness of violent protests might help to explain the disjuncture between expected violence and the actual anticlimax that was seen in Islamabad as the Long March carnival passed through
Having a local person in charge of local problems makes eminent sense. Unfortunately, whatever else the local government system may have accomplished, it certainly did not bring the government closer to the people
While everyone in Pakistan keeps going on and on about American intervention in our affairs, those who protest the loudest are the very ones who seek it at the first opportunity. The lawyers’ campaign for the restoration of the judges is something that will succeed or fail in Pakistan, not […]
If not for the sake of the profession, then for the millions of patients and thousands of students who would eventually suffer from the dwindling fortunes of medicine in this country, it is time for all concerned to get their act together
By Kamal Siddiqi Times for us are troubling. The violence in the bye-elections have once again shown us that our politicians are still not as mature as we make them out to be. There is hope in some and disappointment in others.