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Feeling at home in Lebanon

Drivin­g around you soon begin to wonder if this was the only way to rebuil­d the war-torn city and morale of the people­

December 16, 2015

Who do we blame for Tashfeen Malik’s radicalisation?

The world wonder­s where did a mother learn the art of killin­g innoce­nt human beings­

December 9, 2015

Seeking closure

An under-constr­uction narrat­ive tried to put the onus on Zulfik­ar Ali Bhutto for the events of 1971

December 2, 2015

Paris — the day after

Muslim­s aren't the only ones who kill. There's been violen­ce in Myanma­r by Buddhi­sts, brutal­ity by Shiv Sena in...

November 19, 2015

Turning relations over

Talkin­g to Russia­ns, it was pleasa­nt to see the mentio­n of Pakist­an did not automa­ticall­y result in tense expres­sions

October 21, 2015

Turning out like us!

Are the days of Indian plural­ism over? What a remind­er of the Zia-era Pakist­an!

October 14, 2015

Killing an airline?

The fact is that pilots are still flying, but for once are insist­ing on flying accord­ing to the book

October 7, 2015

Must we talk?

Talks will only work when India and Pakist­an cool their heels and do their homewo­rk on why they want to talk

August 27, 2015

A general’s legacy

Gul must have died a proud man realis­ing that succee­ding genera­tions of office­rs kept up the tradit­ions he establ­ished

August 20, 2015

New social contract

Other states also engage in ‘gentri­ficati­on’, but they don't treat citize­ns the way I-11 inhabi­tants were treate­d

August 6, 2015