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The News on Sunday interviews Harris Khalique, secretary-general of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan
There is fear on one side and extreme nonchalance on the other. Both devastating in their own different ways
It’s okay to miss the humdrum of your pre-lockdown life
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I wonder why a turn of year fills me with such a ridiculous amount of hope; so much so that I fail to remember that I am probably devoid of the...
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