The fingers type, but I don’t feel them moving. The ears sense a commotion, but I cannot hear. The eyes fight back tears, but it’s futile to resist.
How can you feel, how can you react, how can you respond, when the news of a friend’s death hits you, right between the eyes?
But Sabeen was far more than a friend, she was a beacon; an island of calm in a sea of madness.
The Second Floor, conceived and modelled in her own image,
Reinventing a name bigger than the party itself is a precarious task, but one that is needed for the PPP to have any relevance in future politics
The death anniversary of PPP Founder Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was commemorated by the party leaders yesterday with usual rhetoric and populist slogans that ceased being popular decades ago. ‘Zinda hai Bhutto zinda hai,’ once an invigorating rallying cry for the nation being suffocated under military regimes, has now become its
Build-up to winter sale over, than online retailers are taking the wraps off their plans to keep people spending into the New Year with their annual winter sales. The well-founded principles behind the sales are that people have some time on their hands before they have to go back to work, while retailers are looking to sell off stock which they were unable to offload in the busy run up to winter sale.
But whereas in the past, the start of the sales has traditionally taken place as
Ahead of change of the command in Pakistan’s military, fears loom over the ongoing Karachi operation about consistency in its pace and reversal of results.Outgoing Chief of the Army Staff General Raheel Sharif, who embarked on a round of farewell visits to military formations last week, met officers and soldiers of the Karachi Corps and affirmed that change of command should not affect peace efforts in Karachi.Although he said ‘results’ achieved during the crackdown ‘cannot be allowed to reverse’,
Let’s face it, Pakistan has an image problem.
Every year we seem to make a new ‘worst place in the world for’ list and as luck would have it, Pakistan is consistently in the top 10.
This year alone, we’ve been named the second worst country in the world for women; the eleventh most unsafe country in the world; the fourth worst for journalists and third for overall worst reputation.
Granted, the deciding markers and selection criteria for these rankings