Just some thoughts on ‘Waderai ka Beta’ and how it may or may not lead to behavior change.
Note: This was originally written for the IBA newsletter in spring 2006, based off an interview Sarim and I did. For … More
I can’t figure out why anyone expects the Pakistani cricket team to do well and then cusses them out for failing to reach unrealistic expectations. Read more on why our cricketers should get more cheers instead of more criticism.
Worth reading from last week: on the popular belief that private sector can do no harm while public sector is … More
A personal, cathartic reaction to the biggest crisis Pakistan cricket has faced in a long, long time: it made a cynic out of someone who insisted on looking at the silver lining.
Some thoughts on the reactions to the Sialkot murders.
Ahsan at FiveRupees has a customarily thought-provoking post on the Sialkot tragedy, explaining the importance of the state’s role in … More
Pakistanis could do worse than take in some of the lessons from this classic – to not lose hope in … More
We’ve been numbed into silence again, this time not through design but through destiny. Or so I thought
The cycle of death and destruction continues. Wake up, hear about the latest attack, find out the gory details, and return to your work after the initial shock wears off. How long? Can we do anything about it? I think so.