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Ghazi Salahuddin
Ghazi Salahuddin

The writer is a staff member.

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  • April 26, 2015

    The silencing of Sabeen

    In my long career as a columnist, I have been constrained to chronicle the sorrows of this unfortunate country. And the focus mainly remains Karachi...

  • April 12, 2015

    Merit versus cheating

    One senior teacher of a secondary school in a small town of Sindh has stayed in my mind. I could see that he was sincere to his vocation. A rare...

  • April 05, 2015

    A message from Lausanne

    I saw this photograph on Twitter: an Iranian man kisses the TV screen in his home as US Secretary of State is speaking. How did this become...

  • March 29, 2015

    A time to be valiant

    In August 2013, David Brooks began his column in The New York Times with these words: “What’s the biggest threat to world peace right now?...

  • March 22, 2015

    Riding the energies of change

    In many ways, it began with that stunning raid on Nine Zero in Karachi on Wednesday last week. After that, there has been this breathless sequence...

  • March 15, 2015

    The game is changing

    Without any doubt, the Rangers’ raid on the fortified headquarters of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement in Karachi early on Wednesday morning has the...

  • March 08, 2015

    It’s Malala vs the Taliban

    We get so overwhelmed by distractions that are served by the popular media in its coverage of politics that it becomes difficult to make sense of...

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