Amjed Jaaved

Democracy farce without tangible participation

The Quaid thought that the Muslim League leaders around him were ‘base coins’ and the ‘legal tender’ was in the pockets of his adversaries. Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas corroborated this view. He remembered that once Quaid-i-Azam had said, “What is Muslim League? It essentially comprises three of us; me, my sister, and typewriter.” Historian Mubarak Also […]

Sino-US relations under Joseph Biden

President Trump, hopefully outgoing, was not an out-and-out failure for his electorate. Yet, he was shown the door. He had many feathers for his cap. Wages among the poorest quarter of workers rose by 4.7 per cent a year, small-business confidence attained a 30-year pinnacle. By restricting immigration and outsourcing, he sliced back jobs for […]