Amber Kafil Khan

  • TThis was an unprecedented, phenomenal political upset of historical proportions, probably surpassing the Brexit fiasco in its repercussions and political fallout. The American public is baffled, the polls and survey forums are astounded, US and other media houses are dumbfounded and the rest of the ...

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  • TAfter the initial rehearsals of fighting it out in the primaries, the stage is all set for the final act and the drop scene of electing the most powerful man on earth – or woman – if the American public so pleases. The candidates contending for the power position in the White House are ...

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  • TThis autumn does not augur well for Pakistan, or so it seems, for the leading political actors, PML-N and PTI have decided to vengefully lock horns in a show of a rather disastrous power struggle. The imminent showdown on November 2, as history tells us, will not not reveal any outright winners or ...

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  • TThere is something blatantly discriminatory and prejudiced about the term “chaiwala” that prevents me from using it, not to mention the equally biased, and as one columnist referred to it as the “reverse sexist” approach now linked to it all. For the last one week our ...

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  • TSaid the little boy, “Sometimes I drop my spoon.”Said the old man, “I do that too.”The little boy whispered, “I wet my pants.”I do that too,” laughed the little old man.Said the little boy, “I often cry.”The old man nodded, “So do ...

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