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.

National Assembly: A platform for misleading the nation?

In the recent post-budget debate Khawaja Muhammad Asif, son of Khawaja Muhammad Safdar of Sialkot, stated that Pakistan had not played its role in...

Dream of a modern metropolis Lahore: A family struggle

June brings memories and emotions as it is the month of my birth. During this period, I usually write about my own journey. Hailing...

While science consumes, technology produces — a tribute to Engr Masood Hasan

On June 11, Engr Masood Hasan, a leading technologist of the country and the father of chemical engineering (Chem-1) of Pakistan, passed away after...

A country marred by corruption

As a political activist, I could never imagine that one day political resistance would intermingle with corruption. In the Ayub era, the political ‘dark...

Handmade prime ministers and fate of Pakistan

A history of poor installed leadership In 2004 around 1500 hours in my capacity as Chairman Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF), I met Mir Zafarullah Khan...

A new Brahmin state can solve the problem of India

The Hindu savastika is a caste symbol of peace and happiness. Adolf Hitler used the same sign, slightly modified, to espouse the superiority of...

Resolve Kashmir issue before it is too late

Before the end of the last century most gains of human equity were neutralised by greed-driven, inhuman leaders like Thatcher and Reagan. After three...

How bureaucracy of Pakistan could have reformed?

After over seven decades of its existence, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan continues to suffer from the menace of senseless action or sinful inaction....

Pakistan’s judicial mind thinks ‘justice rushed is justice crushed’

Where white collar crime is involved, the much-revered common law seems helpless. Onus of proof is on the accuser while the accused has several...

Pakistan’s bureaucracy needs overhaul

On August 14,1973 Pakistan attained the status of a constitutional democracy. It should have been the end of the colonial era based on the...

Pakistan’s democracy & model of development: A bubble burst

Cameron Munter, the former United States Ambassador (210-2012) to Pakistan on a recent visit, talked about the past, present and future potential of the...

Pakistan: A sleeping technology giant

The output of scientific research if not directed and applied is paper publication. After research comes development and its application is followed by the...

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