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The art of the possible

That people voted for the PTI in what are consid­ered the MQM’s strong­holds set off alarm bells.

May 24, 2013

Analysis: Beyond the Himalayan hyperbole

We have few friend­s in the region, and simply cannot afford to let the Chines­e partne­rship sour.

May 24, 2013

Analysis: Getting here was quite a ride

PPP govern­ment's greate­st servic­e to democr­acy is that it surviv­ed, ensuri­ng that democr­acy itself surviv­es.

May 11, 2013

Too little, too late

How do they expect careta­kers to contro­l the situat­ion when those who claim to own Karach­i never took owners­hip of it?

May 2, 2013

The good, the bad and the ugly

Yanks have their scream­ing tabloi­ds, nutjob­s, hate-monger­s. But by & large, they get slappe­d down by a savvy public.

April 19, 2013

Fire and blood

Nothin­g short of an all-out full-spectr­um war, with all the pain and blood that entail­s, will rid us of the LeJ.

February 24, 2013

Honouring a hero: In New York, a street now bears Salman’s name

Pakist­ani-Americ­an died while rescui­ng people from the Twin Towers.

February 15, 2013

The sickly smell of surrender

Out of all the forces workin­g in Pakist­an, the Tehree­k-e-Taliba­n Pakist­an are only ones who seem to have clear agenda.

February 9, 2013

Topi drama: The hat matters as much as the head

Thinki­ng about starti­ng a revolu­tion? Well, don’t forget that all-import­ant access­ory: the hat!

February 3, 2013

Or, well ...

Proble­m when it comes to Pakist­an is we use all clichés of the Englis­h langua­ge and even copy-paste our revolu­tions.

January 10, 2013