With PTI becoming a vibrant third force on our political landscape, this vindicates the genius of Pakistani people.
The rise of Pakistani fiction in English is one of the most exciting things happening in the country.
Brutal 30-year legacy of Saddam, inseparably wed to cruelty of American policy in the region, broke the Iraqi people.
Leaving aside history, the current academic climate, in terms of fostering ideas, isn’t much to go on.
The most wracking feeling to be had is to have to comprehend an en masse refusal to bury dead loved ones.
While Pakistanis are moved by Connecticut tragedy, it would be a mistake to overlook what is happening around them.
It is a dismal time to be the US and President Obama is not likely to invigorate the country the morning after.
Not only are Pakistan and Iran on opposite sides, their proxies are also pitted directly against the other’s.
One wishes that he’d use his much gushed-about tactical smarts to instead better the lot of people he presides over.
The Cold War frigidness between Pakistan and Russia seems to be thawing.