The Price of Partition

Congratulations to my desi brethren celebrating Independence over the next couple of days. And so they should, it’s a fine thing: Freedom!

India Pakistan

Freedom to practice our own corruption, oppression, subjugation, warmongering and to allow dangerous radical extremism to exist, develop and flourish, with a healthy dose of destructive propaganda.

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Automotive PR in the GCC – You Need Help

‘That bloody Shahzad, just cause he’s run some PR training and workshops in the past, he thinks he knows it all.

Press and PR

‘We have certifications and qualifications, we have cool hipster offices with desk toys and thinking rooms, we have schmoozing accounts, German cars (not our client’s makes) and Very Nice Hair. He doesn’t even have a clue!’

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I still need an adult

Collision course to catastrophe or keeping it real and rocking?

I need an adult

Sitting and caressing a cup of cocoa, thoughts of life, the universe and how 42 was definitely not the right answer, start creeping into the remaining cells of the grey matter now thinly stretching across the vast empty cavern of my rattly old skull.

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Pursue the Intangible via the Incomprehensible to the Immeasurable

‘Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.’ Albert Einstein.

He was so right. Now more than ever. Here’s a rambling rant proffering reasons why.

Not everything that counts

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Vote for the kids!

When you hold that ballet paper in your hand, stop and think, not about yourself, but about our kids.

Vote for the kids

We should all vote if we can, but it’s time to stop voting for our own selfish reasons and spurious loyalties, and instead to vote for the benefit of the country, it’s people and particularly, the young people. Because quite simply, our future is invested in them.

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