Tag Archives: Pakistan

A BMW shouldn’t play chicken with a ‘jalopy’

EJAZ HAIDER It was around 11 am when I reached Dhamal, a small village smack on the Working Boundary between Pakistan and India in Charva sector, a 20-minute drive from Sialkot Cantonment. As our vehicles pulled into the main, dusty … Continue reading

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Beer or quiche, it doesn’t really matter

EJAZ HAIDER First, let’s put one fact straight on the table. Whatever little space political parties had regained from the military has been recaptured by the latter in the past three months or so. This is a net loss, in … Continue reading

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State Versus Society: the problem of fighting among the people

 

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The Rawalpindi incident: a case study of state and society

EJAZ HAIDER The events at Raja Bazaar in Rawalpindi on 10th Moharram make a good case study for what is wrong with this state and society. There is an obvious need to look into the conduct of the administration at … Continue reading

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