Author Archives: Syed Kaswar Gardezi


Syed Kaswar Gardezi

Honour or disgrace?

So long as they are outside a city, honour killings don’t get attention Decades of progress have brought about tremendous changes in our society. The independence movement culminated in Partition and a


Syed Kaswar Gardezi

Animal rights

Torturing animals is pure cruelty Amongst all of God’s creation, mankind is supreme and has remained so owing to the ability to speak, listen and apply a conscious mind. This superiority, indeed,


Syed Kaswar Gardezi

Road to recovery

Lessons to be learnt from the lockdown Life has its own interesting ways of keeping an individual busy. Over the past many decades, technological advancement has given a new meaning to life


Syed Kaswar Gardezi

The wrong direction

The AG’s resignation may not be the end of the matter Ever since settling into power, the incumbent government has embroiled itself into an unnecessary controversy with the judiciary. Rather than taking


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The Turkish support

Turkey is in contrast with the Arab states Despite being a Muslim country with many proclaimed brothers throughout the Islamic world, we have never received actual and sincere support for most of


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Writ of the state

Maulana Aziz should not have been allowed to make a comeback We often talk about democracy being the solution to our wide ranging problems; the righteous form of government of the people,


Syed Kaswar Gardezi

War mongering

There’s too much loose talk going on The past week or so has been turbulent in so far as the safety and tranquillity of the Middle East is concerned, particularly the Iran-Iraq


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Moving towards war

Suleimani’s killing has forced Pakistan into a tight spot In an unprecedented development over the weekend, tensions soared between Iran and the USA as the latter eliminated a top Iranian military general,


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Judicial dominance

While no one denies that members of the military sacrifice their lives for us, that does not mean anyone can abrogate the Constitution A free, independent and impartial judiciary forms the bedrock


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The noble profession

The PIC incident must be condemned, but only lawyers involved should be In times of war, all hell breaks loose, violence ensues and mass casualties are inflicted. But even in such times


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The real umpire

What happened when the country was shaken 26 November 2019 began as an ordinary day in Courtroom 1 of the Supreme Court, dull and monotonous like most of 2019, but pretty soon

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