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Khayyam Mushir
Khayyam Mushir

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  • August 04, 2015

    Equality, compassion and the state

    The notion of equality among members of any society is one that concerns political ideals of social justice in the civilised world. It also concerns...

  • July 21, 2015

    No ajinomoto please

    There’s much to celebrate in Pakistan on this Eid. The metro bus is up and running in the twin cities, despite an unanticipated and rather wet...

  • July 07, 2015

    Neglecting education, hastening decline

    If we pause and consider the pace and nature of Pakistan’s journey into decline, we cannot help but be amazed in the manner our rulers, over the...

  • June 23, 2015

    The myth of the ideal leader

    The word on the grapevine, dear reader, is that democracy has failed. Political parties, it appears, are by and large peopled with lazy, corrupt,...

  • June 12, 2015

    Glimpses of new Afghanistan

    Growing up in the 1980s in Pakistan, my generation became acquainted with Afghanistan in the context of the war against the Soviet Union. In those...

  • June 03, 2015

    What’s all this about, Axactly?

    I don’t know what has been more nerve-numbing: the Axact expose published in the NYT last week; the priggish denials by the bigwigs of the Axact...

  • May 13, 2015

    Mr Rich and the Invisible Man

    I’m invited to a farmhouse party on the outskirts of Islamabad city. I do not know who coined the term ‘farmhouse’ to replace the more...

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