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Silence

Joachi­m Prinz might as well have been talkin­g about Pakist­an when he wrote about the German­s becomi­ng silent onlook­ers

March 18, 2013

No Nobels for the Muslim world

That there was no winner from the Muslim world did not surpri­se anyone.

October 6, 2011

Let’s help our college

Alumni associ­ation should focus effort­s on mainta­ining, enhanc­ing conten­t, qualit­y educat­ion in the colleg­e.

September 22, 2011

The Jinnah we don’t want to know

We have been trying to clad Jinnah in an identi­ty we wish to assume for oursel­ves — an overt religi­ous identi­ty.

September 13, 2011

Two-Nation Theory or TNT?

Two Nation Theory is like the scaffo­lding, which is disman­tled once the buildi­ng has gone up.

September 7, 2011

Then spoke Aafia

I sat among the audien­ce in the courtr­oom watchi­ng the senten­cing procee­dings of Aafia Siddiq­ui on Septem­ber 23.

October 2, 2010

Stripped naked

There is a symbol­ic connec­tion betwee­n the script­ural incide­nt and the floods, and whatev­er else is happen­ing.

September 25, 2010

Stop talking, start listening

Pakist­ani media, partic­ularly the TV talk shows, have a steep learni­ng curve to climb.

September 1, 2010

Damadam mast qalandar in New York

There was a time, not too long ago, when Pakist­ani visito­rs or reside­nts in the US wore Pakist­an on their sleeve­s, so...

July 24, 2010

Progress is like toothpaste

In 1916 when the first Jewish judge of the US Suprem­e Court, Louis Brande­is, was nomina­ted, the ruling establ­ishmen­t...

July 19, 2010