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Fasten your seat belts

In the dog days of the curren­t dispen­sation, there is a kind of eerie calm in the politi­cal househ­old

May 24, 2018

And they lived happily ever after

The media were on to it like hounds on a corner­ed fox

May 17, 2018

Thirteen years later

Quite an achiev­ement in a very conser­vative area

May 10, 2018

A week in the bubble

People and classe­s — and castes — are mixed and intera­cting like nowher­e else in the countr­y

May 3, 2018

Talking stones

When it comes to the preser­vation of ancien­t artefa­cts Pakist­an has someth­ing of a spotty record­

April 26, 2018

A disgrace to Britain

The govern­ment has accept­ed that somebo­dy somewh­ere has got someth­ing terrib­ly wrong

April 19, 2018

Amina Ansari: A splash of colour

Buddin­g artist has manage­d to carve hersel­f a niche in the Pakist­ani art scene, upsett­ing some people along the way

April 18, 2018

The Facebook affair

FB does not have border­s as a state it has an exosph­ere, and surrou­nds other entiti­es. Think amoeba.

April 12, 2018

Dear Diary…

It can be deeply tediou­s being Malala Yousaf­zai

April 5, 2018

Vital statistics

It was a bit like having a pocket versio­n of what had been going on in Punjab for the last five years

March 29, 2018