Raised By The Highest Ranking Judge in The Country
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Raised By The Highest Ranking Judge in The Country

My oldest memory is coming to Karachi when my father became a judge of the Sindh High Court. I was two years old and this was 1978. Pakistan was under Martial Law rule and General Zia ul Haq was the Chief Martial Law Administrator, the Chief of Army Staff, and the President of the country….

Schools and Prestige: The Admissions Race in Karachi
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Schools and Prestige: The Admissions Race in Karachi

Wake me up when it ends.  That’s exactly how I feel these days about the ongoing admissions race and process in our beloved city, Karachi. It’s that time of the year when every social gathering, every waiting area, be it that of a salon or the doctor’s, all you’d hear people talk or discuss is…

Raising Entrepreneurs: How I’m Raising My Daughter
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Raising Entrepreneurs: How I’m Raising My Daughter

I have six kids. Yes, that still sounds crazy when I say it. We never knew we wanted six kids; we just never felt complete until then. However, on the way home from the hospital with the sixth, I looked at my wife and said, “I think we’re done now.” She replied, “I was done…

Raising Boys: From The Diary of a Feminist Dad
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Raising Boys: From The Diary of a Feminist Dad

Let me start by stating that I am the lucky father of two wonderful girls, and unless the missus and I experience a prophylactic mishap, that’s it for us.  In our case “bachey do hi achay” (we’re good with just two kids) so I’m most probably never going to raise a boy. Whatever opinions I…