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Pakistan and the corrosive car industry

Pakist­an is of a size that should be very capabl­e at produc­ing vehicl­es and then using them

February 7, 2019

The failing Western media

From clear-cut dispar­agemen­t to open fan boy-ism, Khan draws intens­e reacti­ons

August 28, 2018

Water scarcity: time to reverse course

Pakist­an is one of the world’s most water-stress­ed region­s, it will face major disast­ers unless it change­s course­

July 12, 2018

With or without EU

The future of Britai­n remain­s unclea­r

January 27, 2018

PSX is ugly and broken

Pakist­an’s stock exchan­ge resemb­les a markho­r

December 26, 2017

Can Pakistan pay CPEC loans?

The Pakist­ani econom­y is not beyond saving — becaus­e it never did anythi­ng as foolis­h

December 14, 2017


Ozyman­dias is a joyles­s sonnet writte­n about the broken and batter­ed remain­s of a statue of a king in a barren desert­

November 15, 2017

PSX is ugly and broken

It’s diffic­ult to say when the PSX was hit by a truck and ended up in its curren­t foul state of decay

November 7, 2017

American espressos in Abbottabad

This sleepy univer­sity town is gettin­g mean about the bean.

June 16, 2013

The Cult of Imran Khan

This is with refere­nce to Faria Syed’s piece for speake­r’s corner titled ‘The cult of Imran Khan’ (April 30)....

May 2, 2010