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13 Responses to Mailing list

  1. GHULAM NABI says:

    first time I saw your article on the today's topic concerning OSAMA BIN LADAN.GOOD!

  2. ali zaib hussain says:

    respected Madam
    i often read your articles in daily DAWN.as s student of media studies and social studies, i enriches my knowledge through your very researched oriented, thought provoking articles. specially the article TELEVISION AND MENTAL HEALTH is an excellent observation of Pakistani viewers…always looking forward for your valuable guidance,
    regards.

    ALI ZAIB HUSSAIN
    ASSISTANT EDITOR
    DAILY THE THIRST LAHORE.

  3. Rakshanda Khowaja says:

    Dear Zubeida Mustafa
    very informative article written by u . keep continue.
    ur requested please write on Tharparkar desert issues.

    Regards,

    Rakshanda Khowaja

  4. tom christie says:

    Thanks Zubaida. Can you supply the reference to the study of school achievement in which Sindh came last?

  5. Ajaz Ahad Khan says:

    Has PTI done its homework?
    What a superb analysis in DAWN dated 28 Dec 11. Mam, you have hit the nail extremely accurately on its monstrous HEAD. More power to your pen. I wonder if you also write in the Urdu press for wider readership? That would be wonderful as more people in Pakistan would be exposed to the doings of the ELITE. God speed.

  6. dr ohhira says:

    thanks for great information

  7. Sajjad Jafri says:

    I try to read your article when ever it is published in Daily Dawn.I have just read your article in Daily Dawn published today (9 may 2012) " The pleasure of reading". It was pleasure reading that.Couldn't agree more. My observation is that we don't read at all yet we talk with authority on all subjects. The talk shows on private TV Channels are testimony of the same and difficult to watch and I feel they are doing more harm to the nation then any good ,specially to the young ones. We should have more libraries that are easily assessable to common man. In my view Libraries should be part of any residential projects that is approved. We also need to make our libraries more attractive place to visit.

    Regards

    Sajjad Jafri

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  12. hyderphd74 says:

    First I would like to congratulate you once again on receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award from the IWMF, a great honor for you and also for Pakistan. DAWN's setting up an award in your name to recognize your contributions towards journalism is another great honor. You deserve every bit of it.
    This is an excellent article, although has some wishful thinking (though I do hope it does materialize sooner rather than later). I am referring to "If the OPP model were to be honestly followed poverty could be eradicated without any foreign assistance". The problem, my dear Zubeida , is that the powers to be do not want to eradicate poverty, they do not want the masses to get educated It is easier to fool and rule people who do not have the capacity to think rationally and act accordingly. An empty stomach and an empty mind is an open invitation to subjugation. Historically, people were devoid of any opportunity to education and thus become civilized. Now this curse has been taken a step further, where the lucky few who have gotten education and are bent upon improving the lot of the common man, are being systematically eliminated. It is a real admiration on the part of those courageous individuals who, in spite of all the adverse circumstances, are willing to put their lives on line to do what they sincerely believe would improve the lot of the common man and the nation as a whole. Good luck to them and any amount of praise is too little for the work they are doing. May Allah save them from these barbarian and savage beasts who are out to destroy a good deed any one does.
    I wrote this comment some days back but from past experience did not hope it will be published. It has not been published yet. I read your articles quite frequently, though I should confess, not regularly, but I really enjoy them, though often they make me sad because of the true depiction of the deplorable conditions in Pakistan. The Pakistan that was, when I left almost forty five years ago, is alas, no more the same Pakistan. The worst part is that the prevailing hopelessness does not augur well the future. Hope I am wrong!

  13. MIAN HAIDER ALI says:

    Madam I read your article titled by IS THIS THE PROBLEM in Dawn news paper first time and i like it and now i m reading your articles on this website and it give us many information and everything what we don't know ………