Monthly Archives: March 2011

The mummy-daddy, burger-baby revolutionaries

By Feisal H. Naqvi Pakistan’s most recent sensation is a young law student by the name of Zohair Toru, an enthusiastic, but somewhat muddled follower of Imran Khan, who had the good fortune, last Friday in Islamabad, to be interviewed … Continue reading

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A good end to a bad idea

By Feisal Naqvi The Supreme Court’s investigation into all loan write-offs since 1972, recently came to an end when the court announced that the question as to whether or not any write-offs were politically motivated would be examined by a three-member … Continue reading

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Decency is never inappropriate

Communism has faded so far from public consciousness that there seems little difference between discussing the Bolsheviks and the Merovingians. But back when I studied Darkness at Noon, the Red Menace was very much still an extant threat. The story of … Continue reading

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