The old but gold rule, saving for a rainy day, gets chucked out the window.
Syed Bakhtiyar Kazmi
The right economic solution lies between two extremes.
If you do not get where you wanted to be, you should have taken a U-turn.
What should a leader do when he realises he is heading for a collision?
Bad actors at the very top seriously affect the behaviour of all others.
One can’t help but think that everyone is confused about their roles.
What are the masses being treated to less than 40 days before polls?
No real issue is expected to make it to the forefront of the poll debate.
Conceivably, amnesty might even be the littlest of all evils.
It’s not illegal to have a business plan to get richer...
There are reasons why the common man gets duped.
Democracy is an illusion of freedom.
One can visualise Marx grinning in his grave.
There’s utter confusion about the domestic economy.
Our middle class, in the true sense of the word, is not more than 15pc.
Energy is a major component of our gluttony.
Free trade is not the way to ‘developed nation’ status.
If our enemies want to sow discord, we have offered them this prize.
Where are the motivated independent opinion makers? Is there no one?
Who is the non-filer in the first place? It is obviously not the rich corporations which enjoy numerous concessions.