Monthly Archives: August 2011

They don’t care about us….

By Najma Sadeque Published in The News, You Magazine It’s known as a ‘drop-in centre’ because the boys, visiting the millions of garbage dumps on empty plots and along Karachi’s streets, drop in here for just an hour or two. … Continue reading

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Contract workers or condemned workers?

By Najma Sadeque Published in the News, You Magazine With the many laws being introduced there is unfortunately still no law that protects the rights of tens of millions of female and male skilled workers being routinely cheated… Imagine trying … Continue reading

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Opportunities and opportunists….

By Najma Sadeque Published in the News, You Magazine Among the innumerable smaller efforts to help flood affectees was a very unusual but highly effective way of dispensing charity. It came from a Turkish NGO that sought out a totally … Continue reading

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Control and confession by torture

By Najma Sadeque Published: August 25, 2011 Along time ago, when East Pakistan still existed, a fresh entrant into the Civil Service of Pakistan (CSP) looked forward to doing his bit for the country. He was idealistic and inclined to … Continue reading

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Control and confession by torture

By Najma Sadeque Published: August 25, 2011 Along time ago, when East Pakistan still existed, a fresh entrant into the Civil Service of Pakistan (CSP) looked forward to doing his bit for the country. He was idealistic and inclined to … Continue reading

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