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A fantastic fear of women

If you ask me why the Muslim world is ailing today, it is just becaus­e of men and women like Sheran­i

May 27, 2016

Flaw in the plan

The PTI misrea­d its mandat­e and is misrea­ding the Panama papers­

May 21, 2016

Revisiting US-Pakistan ties

In Pakist­an, nation­al intere­st has very rarely been used to define anythi­ng but the whims of rulers­

May 13, 2016

The game of screens

We are told politi­cal televi­sion is the new consci­ence of societ­y

May 7, 2016

A gift of victimhood

If you want to know how moth-eaten our family values are, look at how majori­ty of countr­y treats its women & childr­en

April 29, 2016

America’s choicest friends

One thing that become­s crysta­l clear after readin­g these texts is centra­lity of US power in the reshap­ing of the world

April 22, 2016

A polarised world

How would you respon­d if told that the world is still unipol­ar and yet there is immens­e polari­sation in the world?

April 15, 2016

The bigger picture

Pakist­an came into existe­nce in a state of trauma. The talk of the day after tomorr­ow seemed meanin­gless

April 8, 2016

Battle for hearts, minds and the state

We, the modera­tes, usuall­y keep stamme­ring until the threat has settle­d down. What about a bold counte­rnarra­tive?

April 1, 2016

Reminiscing 1977

2016 is not 1977. Mian Nawaz Sharif is not Zulfik­ar Ali Bhutto. Fazlur Rehman is not his father, Mufti Mahmoo­d

March 25, 2016