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Mustafa Abdullah Baloch
Mustafa Abdullah Baloch

  • December 02, 2021

    Lahore’s game-changer

    Every passing day there is a new scandal changing the Pakistani political landscape. One after the other there are new twists and turns but sadly it...

  • October 18, 2021

    Remembering Karsaz

    “My return heralds for the people of Pakistan the turn of the wheel from dictatorship to democracy, from exploitation to empowerment, from...

  • October 12, 2021

    Futile reconciliation

    Reconciliation cannot be done in isolation; it has to have a national consensus and acceptance of their crimes by those who are receiving amnesty....

  • August 31, 2021

    Victim blaming

    Over the past few years, Pakistan has witnessed a phenomenal rise in rape, assault and abuse cases. Most cases however still remain unreported,...

  • July 10, 2021

    Regional concerns

    It was the late 80s when the Soviet Union pulled back its troops from Afghanistan. Today, a similar situation is being witnessed as the...

  • May 05, 2021

    Winds of change

    Karachi’s demographic features are multicultural, which is why it is called mini-Pakistan. The city comprises multiple ethnic pockets and almost...

  • April 04, 2021

    Bhutto: an icon of resilience

    It was the late 60s and this part of the world also witnessed the wave of socialism. It came with the downfall of Ayub and the rise of a new...

  • March 06, 2021

    The beginning of the end

    After the thrilling episode of the Senate elections, the political temperature in Pakistan is quite high. The game-changing victory of Yousuf Raza...

  • February 28, 2021

    Demystifying the Daska fog

    The recent by election in NA-75 Daska was an eyeopener for everyone. The optics revealed a weak electoral system in Pakistan where political...

  • February 17, 2021

    Senate and the Gilani card

    Once again, the political temperature seems set to rise in Pakistan as the Senate elections loom nearer and nearer. But this time things have become...