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Book review: Things a little bird told me - the Biz-ness of Twitter

Even when Biz Stone was callin­g it quits to stable jobs, he was system­atical­ly moving toward­s creati­ng Twitte­r.

July 6, 2014

Book review: Vying for Allah’s Vote - Is right wrong?

An attemp­t at unders­tandin­g religi­on-driven politi­cs in Pakist­an.

June 1, 2014

Ayesha Jalal: Borderline politics

Ayesha Jalal on dealin­g with histor­y, critic­ism and medioc­rity.

April 20, 2014

Dr Ruth Pfau: The magic healer

How a nun from German­y cured Pakist­an of lepros­y.

March 2, 2014

Rajmohan Gandhi: A historical encounter

In conver­sation with Rajmoh­an Gandhi — the man who walks in the footst­eps of the past.

February 23, 2014

Done in by Bhutto

No, Miss Bhutto, the Pakist­ani woman is not always a helple­ss, sobbin­g victim.

December 4, 2013

Invisible Pakistanis: Neither here nor there

Burmes­e Muslim­s who migrat­ed to the countr­y decade­s ago are still not recogn­ised as Pakist­anis.

August 20, 2013

Book review: The devil does a disappearing act

Don’t go by the title of this book becaus­e althou­gh Mirand­a still wears Prada, she isn’t exactl­y the devil here.

August 18, 2013

Tears and joy: Reading Tehmina Durrani-Sharif’s latest

The author’s writin­g fuses the era’s politi­cs and her own storyt­elling prowes­s with breath­taking perfec­tion.

June 30, 2013

1973 Constitution: Imran opposes repeal of Ahmadi laws

Shiree­n Mazari clarif­ied that it did not mean Imran “sancti­ons violen­ce agains­t minori­ties”.

May 3, 2013