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Calcutta Diary

Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence is fast occupying the space in official lexicon the communists occupied half a century ago. The ISI is no innocent abroad, but the problem arises with the gradual abdication of a sense of proportion in establishment mindsets. And why blame the establishment alone? It is a national propensity. Our love for exaggerating things defines our existence.

Liberals' Dilemma

The judiciary does not make a revolution. It is not its job to do so. It maintains order of sorts. If that order has to be changed, the field of action is somewhere else. The liberal dilemma consists in not being able to decide where that field happens to be or should be located.
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