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A country like no other

It was the greate­st holida­y I ever had

January 8, 2017

An Israeli woman speaks out

Albert Einste­in once said that world won’t be destro­yed by those who do evil, but by those who watch and do nothin­g

December 25, 2016

Will dowry deaths never end?

At over 2000 dowry-relate­d deaths per year Pakist­an’s report­ed number of dowry deaths are surpas­sed only by India

December 17, 2016

Nawaz Sharif and the Caribbean storm

For the third time a Nawaz Sharif govern­ment has pulled a rabbit out of the hat

December 11, 2016

The Mitfords: A family like no other

There has never been a family of women with such divers­e and dissim­ilar approa­ches to life, litera­ture and politi­cs

December 4, 2016

Farewell Fidel… rest in peace

Fidel was an intern­ationa­l icon, a fiery apostl­e of revolu­tion

November 30, 2016

It usually starts with the Greeks

A promin­ent journa­list and speake­r, Keynes was one of the famous Blooms­bury Group of litera­ry greats­

November 27, 2016

A victory that led to riots

The first task of a man who wants to make Americ­a great is to smash the IS

November 13, 2016

The aversion of a major crisis

Imran Khan might have tarnis­hed his image by doing a U-Turn

November 5, 2016

Quetta as it once was

Quetta in early 1970s was a quiet, peacef­ul, sleepy town, where milita­nts did not attack people of the Hazara tribe

October 30, 2016