Saifur Rehman

  • What is in a name or, for that matter, what is in a title? But which title are we talking about when deeds not titles, and powers not symbols, matter. The obvious reference is to the title of titles that was never known on our political horizon till the time Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi was anointed as ...

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  • If wishes were horses, beggars would ride. Nay, it should be otherwise: if elections were horses, Zardari would ride. It was at Khairpur the other day that our ever-vocal head of state, Asif Zardari, came up with the prophecy that the next government in Punjab would that be of PPP (no mention ...

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  • In this highly competitive world where resources are dwindling in comparison with escalating population figures, only those countries stand a chance of survival that will emulate the Chinese model of food security and autarky; this stark reality has now dawned upon the world. Despite this, only ...

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  • Inclusiveness is the term that overlaps inclusivism. It is the practice of trying to incorporate diverse or un-reconciled elements into a single system. Books, dictionaries and political dissertations talk a lot about this term, but the practical demonstration of this we saw in the People’s ...

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