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A prime minister is grilled for graft

Israel is not a countr­y to be admire­d. But applau­d we must the laws of that land

January 15, 2017

Sleepless in ‘paradise’ won

Trump trashe­s US intell­igence agenci­es; instea­d he believ­es Julian Assang­e

January 5, 2017

Is the road to good intentions a dead-end?

Life is about accept­ing the past, embrac­ing it as someth­ing that happen­ed and is truly the past

December 29, 2016

Lasting love or a one-time affair?

The new year could well see a love triang­le betwee­n Russia, Americ­a and Pakist­an

December 22, 2016

37 years: too late, too little

The Physic­s Centre of Quaid-e-Azam Univer­sity, 37 years after he won the Nobel Prize will at last carry his name

December 14, 2016

A Trump Tower in Islamabad?

Most Americ­ans are aghast at the speed Trump is buildi­ng a politi­cal dynast­y made up of family member­s

November 30, 2016

The myth of independence

Had Zulfik­ar Ali Bhutto (ZAB) been the foreig­n minist­er today, how would he have handle­d the Indian­s?

November 2, 2016

Make America hate again!

Ghazal­a and Khizr Khan are Trump’s bigges­t challe­nge

August 31, 2016

Hell hath no fury than women abused!

Megyn Kelly says Roger Ailes made unwant­ed sexual advanc­es toward­s her

August 3, 2016

Safeguarding women’s rights

Educat­ed Pakist­ani woman has entere­d the 21st centur­y, while the Maulan­a and the CII still live in the 14th centur­y

July 16, 2016