Monthly Archives: March 2012

One step forward, two steps back

By Najma Sadeque Published: March 20, 2012 The landscape is changing. New settlements have sprouted where rural flood victims put down temporary roots. In one such place beyond our port city, a couple of hundred families hope to make their … Continue reading

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Control by seed

By Najma Sadeque Published in the Express Tribune: February 28, 2012 To the rest of the world, Abu Ghraib is associated with inhuman torture, incarceration without trial and arrogant US unilateralism. To the farmers of Iraq, Abu Ghraib was better … Continue reading

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