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Terrorists do have a country

When Plato interpreted ‘justice’ as a power tool of mighty in his famous work ‘The Republic’, I thought it to be only an interesting read and imagined a barbaric world of long forgotten times where the theory would apply. Perhaps, a king sitting on his marble throne ordering people to be butchered if they deserve … Continue reading

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Why Imran Khan should not win the elections

Noted Columnist Thomas L Friedman recently wrote a piece in New York Times where he advocated why Michael Bloomberg (the current Mayor of New York) should run for US elections. Not for winning, not for fame but to give a fresh perspective to an election debate which is hijacked by corporate agenda and doesn’t give … Continue reading

A lesson unlearned…a ‘greek’ debt deal

  Some historians argue that World War 2 was never a war of its own, it was an offspring of World War 1. European nations battling over for global domination were borrowing vast sums of money to finance the First World War. The debt burden later fell on the defeated Germany which was thrust a … Continue reading

Syria: waiting for the ‘spring’

  Dreams invoke in a person what he is not capable of. They inspire and help us achieve what seems beyond us. But for the worse part, they disappoint, as a human might be naive enough to dream of world peace and harmony all over. This is what my Syrian friends are dreaming in the … Continue reading

of Kingdoms and Karachi

The coming Once upon a time in a kingdom far far away called ‘Land’, people from outside started to settle in as they were thrown out from their native land because of their religion. They merged with the locals who were very kind in nature and to be frank did not have the power to … Continue reading