Adil Zareef

TURNING THE GRASS GREEN

TURNING THE GRASS GREEN

In the absence of funds needed to redevelop FATA, policymakers need to turn to indigenous solutions Published 10 Jun, 2018 06:51am
Stumped by dengue

Stumped by dengue

KP’s health sector reforms are under threat. Published 27 Sep, 2017 06:21am
Analysis: A tragedy again

Analysis: A tragedy again

The institution that bears the name of a preacher of non-violence, Bacha Khan, is soaked in the blood of its students. Updated 31 Jan, 2016 11:28am
Sos Chitral: Desperate times

Sos Chitral: Desperate times

Recent floods have once again highlighted the devastating effects that climate change, coupled with human activity, Published 23 Aug, 2015 06:36am
Environment: Welcome to cactus land!

Environment: Welcome to cactus land!

When shade-providing trees are being cut down what purpose is a ‘replica of a cactus plant’ meant to serve? Published 16 Aug, 2015 06:04am
From a city of gardens to cactus land

From a city of gardens to cactus land

PESHAWAR: What a metaphor! A newspaper exhibits a photo of “replica of a cactus plant” installed along GT Road ... Published 18 Jul, 2015 07:23am
A mendicant at the crossroads

A mendicant at the crossroads

AS I take a U-turn from the crossroad across to fetch a forgotten file from home, seconds later at 9:30 am, the... Published 22 Jun, 2015 05:59am

An encounter with an erudite professor

During midnight hours as my landline rings, one can safely presume it is from the eminent professor of English Ziaul... Published 13 Feb, 2015 07:33am
Concretisation of ‘Naya Peshawar’

Concretisation of ‘Naya Peshawar’

With promises of ‘change’ for a ‘Naya KP', little has changed for the better rather it’s gone for the worse. Updated 28 Jan, 2015 10:03am