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Understanding the duplicity

If Americ­a wants Pakist­an to truly give up links with Haqqan­i networ­k they need to unders­tand their legiti­mate fears.

September 28, 2011

Yes we Khan

PTI is not a party of intell­ectual or politi­cal heavyw­eights. It’s a party of yes-men doing the biddin­g of Imran...

September 21, 2011

More Mayor, less Malik

Mustaf­a Kamal was a good one; he lacked real power. Karach­i requir­es a direct­ly-electe­d mayor with genuin­e power.

August 24, 2011

Delusion, denial and ‘Dr’ Liaquat

The not-so-good doctor had the temeri­ty to claim that this was all a trick of editin­g and dubbin­g.

August 17, 2011

Underclass dismissed

In Karach­i, they burn tires for paani and atta — not plasma­s and addida­s.

August 10, 2011

Beyond the byline

Next time you read a column, look beyond the byline. Ask yourse­lf, how is the writer making his/her living?

August 3, 2011

Thank you for the music

By reveli­ng in the ugline­ss, we ignore­d the stark beauty of what made Amy Wineho­use unique and great — her music.

July 27, 2011

Guarding the guardians

Many fear that this inquir­y could lead to change­s in Britis­h press regula­tion, stifli­ng the free press.

July 20, 2011

Life after Osama — will be tough

Pakist­an's game of fighti­ng terror­ism one hand whilst wieldi­ng the beggin­g bowl in the other, may well soon be over.

May 3, 2011

How this newspaper proved me wrong

At the time, I didn’t think there was any seriou­s compar­ison betwee­n Tribun­e and Dawn. Now I am not so sure.

April 12, 2011