Asjad Khan

  • There was a red brick apartment across the road. We could all see it from our class's window. We were in Grade 7. We were extremely intrigued at the people who lived across the street. The sorry state of education which keeps interest of its consumers (students) last, was one reason but ...

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  • Is Inzimam worthy of captaincy any longer? He has lost to the perennial enemy at home. I wonder out loud. I get half a response. Moving on swiftly. New topic, is to everyone’s liking, barring me. I chuckle, they loll’ed. They talk about a performance. I pretend I knew all about it, ...

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  • I am no military expert, neither am I an investigative journalist who digs outs truths from the graves of mass media propaganda. However, one advantage that I have in this age of social media is ability to gain insight to perspectives from different sides. No longer the hammering of a state run or ...

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  • I was born in a relatively conservative middle class home in Karachi. Having had the opportunity to interact with people globally (thanks, internet) has made me less religious and more humanitarian in general. Nonetheless, whenever there is any attack anywhere, I turn all selfish. I call my family ...

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  • 5.30pm, I swipe my work card, I run towards my car (sorry excuse/replacement of lack of exercise), looking backward isn’t even an option, end of time it is, at the least till the next morning. In short I hate my work place, the feeling it breeds and the way it is run. Assumptions are ...

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