Dr. Farid A. Malik

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Dr. Farid A.Malik is the Ex-Chairman Pakistan Science Foundation. (Fr. General Manager PITAC, Process Engineering Manager Intel Corporation Engineering and Management Consultant). An expert on mining and energy, currently working on developing clean Coal Technologies for Thar Deposit. He was a Shadow Minister PTI and Co-Ordinator of the PTI Think Tank where the framework of the Welfare State was developed.

Op-ed: Pakistan’s FM should learn a thing or two from Javad Zarif

Recently Dr Javad Zarif, the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran visited the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and met Foreign Minister Makhdoom...

Motivation is the key to Pakistan’s rise

Demotivated nations have no future. According to Comrade Lee Kuan Yew, the builder of modern Singapore, the primary task of political leadership and the...

OpEd: Ban factions of Muslim League to restore ‘Vote ki Izzat’

As a Muslim league child, I am appealing to the Prime Minister (PM) to ban all factions of the Pakistan Muslim League for repeatedly...

Op-Ed: Safdar’s sloganeering at Quaid’s mausoleum should not go unpunished

October 18, 2020 will be recorded as one of the darkest days in the history of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. By shouting at...

Op-Ed: How history belies Nawaz Sharif’s ‘progressive’ politics

Power without political struggle has always been disastrous. In the chequered political history of Pakistan, there have been only two genuine national political parties....

Op-ed: PML-N, PPP stalling accountability process by manipulating system

The accountability process is not moving mainly because of the planned delays by the accused. The PML(N) and PPP (Zardari) policy of stalling the...

Op-ed: The bureaucracy should be declared sick and then appropriately treated

Like most state institutions, the bureaucracy should also be declared sick and then appropriately treated. I was motivated to write on this subject after...

Op-ed: Nawaz Sharif has strong words, but weak credibility

Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, through a video link, roared like a lion from the safety of his London residence in his speech to the...

The unprecedented rise of the Sharifs of Gawalmandi

Now that Gawalmandi is being discussed both by the leader of the house and opposition, I decided to share my memories of the place....

OpEd: How bureaucrats and dinosaurs are very similar

About 20 to 30 million years ago, large mammals like the dinosaurs roamed the earth. Once these beasts were gone, other smaller animals found...

Op-ed: After the demise of Benazir, the Charter of Democracy has resulted in dacoity

Nothing happens in the absence of conviction or commission. As the era of conviction and ideology is over, without upfront payment no work is...

Op-ed: It is time Pakistan replaced colonial methods of administration with modern management

Most civil litigation is frivolous and avoidable, as it is caused mainly because of the executive abuse. Instead of conceding, the colonial bureaucracy is...

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