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By Donald Lambro
Obama's easy leap from billions to trillions
Topic - Joseph Bhatti
Mohammed Hanif has a connoisseur's sense of the ridiculous, a satirist's incisive wit and a journalist's windowpane prose. He also has a humanitarian's faith in personal possibility. In "Our Lady of Alice Bhatti," he miraculously keeps this faith alive even when it is veiled by the webs of personal and social degradation that swathe the underclass of Karachi.
His other talent - for curing stomach ulcers - is, he claims, God-given.