Tamur S. Hussain

  • It is not ironical that although the new Mohammedan year has begun with the holy month of Muharram, there is no rejoicing such as in other cultures or religious ideologies. Most likely, the reason is that from Prophet Abrahams supreme sacrifice during the month of Zil Hajj on to the tragedy that ...

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  • Taimur Shaique Hussain The people of the Indo-Pak subcontinent have perhaps long been a victim of exaggerated claims of good governance by their rulers. In comparably recent history, many a traitor has been known to have sold out to the British in order to help establish their Raj here, whilst the ...

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  • Every passing month, the USA succeeds in killing hundreds of Pakistans innocent villagers through bombings via unmanned drone attacks under the guise of the war on terror. Whilst certain non-status quo parties, their leadership, members, volunteers, and friends have long resented foreign ...

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  • With factors such as political rivalries often becoming personalised, the existence of a relatively free media, the governments susceptibility to external pressures, and steadily growing strength of the opposition, it is probably true that Pakistan remains an uphill country to govern. This granted, ...

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  • Over the past few decades, the patterns of ascendancy to power appear similar in the sense that 'career politicians have been forced to the sidelines by the people stepping in from 'everyday, mundane professions. Without going too far, an example is that of Shaukat Aziz, former Prime Minister of ...

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