Public buildings, airports, roads parks etc. should only be named after highly eminent and non-controversial personalities with a clean public record of outstanding national contribution. Also there should be a parliamentary committee for this purpose and such decisions should not be based on 'royal decrees'. Despite the unfortunate manner of Benazir's death, the NRO-based amnesty granted to her by a dictator and years of inept governance are hardly grounds for renaming Islamabad Airport after her. If her husband is so keen on 'immortalizing' her name, I am sure he will have no problem whatsoever in funding any one of the many public service projects from his own pocket. The poor taxpayers of this country would not mind that at all. -A PAKISTANI TAXPAYER, Gujranwala, via e-mail, October 11.