Sirajuddin Aziz

An economy for Pakistan

Being both the nation’s founder and a people’s man, the Quaid-i-Azam was greatly concerned for the man on the street Published 27 Mar, 2023 09:23am

Brush strokes of history

Fertile imagination has prevailed on both sides of the divide when it comes to dealing with matters related to partition. Published 23 Mar, 2022 10:42pm
The ultimate leadership material

The ultimate leadership material

Those striving to make it big in the corporate sector would do well to at least try to follow the success template that the... Published 26 Dec, 2021 03:49am

Setting sail at sunset

Pakistan started its journey when the British Empire was already on a slide and India was able to flex its economic muscles freely Published 15 Aug, 2021 02:07am

The key element of independence

Our own history stands testimony to the fact that economic independence is what matters above every other aspect of sovereignty. Published 26 Mar, 2021 12:17pm
A prototype of a true leader

A prototype of a true leader

Any discussion about Jinnah generally revolves around his role as a politician. The fact is that there was much in his personality Published 27 Dec, 2020 09:41am
Have cell phone, will sms

Have cell phone, will sms

If Pakistan is mostly illiterate, then how on earth do people send all these text messages? Updated 13 Apr, 2014 07:34pm

Autobiographies: Illusions or reality?

In the good old days when people used to reach the pinnacle of their professional lives, often they would delve into the spiritual realm, embark on a journey of self discovery, take a world tour or indulge in activities that Published 23 Feb, 2013 11:18pm

Fear of flying

As a frequent flier I have had to brave PIA’s tender mercies on more occasions than I care to remember. In a flight... Published 23 Dec, 2012 05:25am
Controversy: This man talks

Controversy: This man talks

After reading ‘Why men don’t listen and women can’t read maps!’ by Barbara & Allan Pease, much thought followed... Published 10 Oct, 2010 04:30am

Controversy: This man talks

After reading `Why men don`t listen and women can`t read maps!` by Barbara & Allan Pease, much thought followed... Published 10 Oct, 2010 12:00am

Father`s day: Between us

And you thought I could live without you! And, I thought I couldn`t live without you! How untrue, we have been to... Published 20 Jun, 2010 12:00am

Crossfire: What men want

This may be the aftermath of a piece I read recently (in Dawn, April 25, 2010) titled `What women want`. However, a... Published 09 May, 2010 12:00am

Work place: Boardroom broil

This particular interview does not start with a vampire at one end and a cheesy reporter on the other. There`s not... Published 02 Aug, 2009 12:00am

Arrogance and a diseased mind

IF we look around ourselves today, we will find many individuals afflicted with the disease of arrogance. The... Published 06 Feb, 2009 12:00am

PARENTING: Best Buddies

In our conversations my father would narrate several interesting anecdotes that remain with me, which now I narrate... Published 13 Dec, 2008 12:00am

The father of monotheism

NAMRUD ruled over Babylon with absolute might and power, the pelf of which drove him to command people to worship ... Published 05 Dec, 2008 12:00am