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Selling Oranges in a Banana Republic is an insubordinate and irreverent collection of poetry and prose that emerged from the malaise of 90s Karachi, Pakistan. Published when the author was 18, its noir poems, vignettes and stories are replete with unusual and often disquieting themes and titles such as “Aphrpodisiacs for Complacency”, “Rape the Nation”, “Using your Deodorant” and “Yazdani and the Measle of Jealousy”. SOBR is a rumination on politics and change, love and revolution, and above all, insufficiency.


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Law Writing

Profit and Purpose
– shareholder primacy and the promise of tomorrow

By on September 24, 2019

In 1919, Henry Ford’s attempt to lower car prices and increase wages of factory workers did not go down well with the company’s shareholders….

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Rhapsody in Blue

By on July 1, 2019

I had seen Annie Hall, Manhattan and Hannah and her Sisters many years before setting foot on the planet’s second greatest city. New York…

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Law

A Note on Derivatives

By on January 28, 2019

Warren Buffet, the iconic American investor has referred to derivatives as “financial weapons of mass destruction,” while Joseph Stiglitz, the recipient of the 2001…

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Law Writing

In the Womb of Time

By on January 28, 2019

“There are many events in the womb of time which will be deliver’d.”Iago, Othello, Act I, Scene III. 369, William Shakespeare

The first few years of…

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Book Writing

No Ordinary Man

By on January 28, 2019

Javed Jabbar is no ordinary man and no ordinary
father.

To catalogue his talents, roles and achievements is no
easy task.

He is a writer, speaker, conservationist,…

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