The author, a former civil servant, is a political analyst, and a song writer. He can be reached at Arshed.Bhatti@gmail.com
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Civil society is the breathing space that a society with conscience and heart confers upon itself
A closer look at the visions presented by our visionaries from time to time shows how this has remained an exercise in futility
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Pakistan needs to move beyond Police Order 2002 and adopt a more imaginative approach
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