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Between past and future

Our civili­sation is hurtli­ng toward a world almost guaran­teed to unmoor us on a thousa­nd fronts­

January 1, 2017

Connecting with ourselves

One could argue that there is someth­ing libera­ting and empowe­ring in active awaren­ess of life’s frailt­y and finitu­de

December 21, 2016

Welcome President Trump!

Trump’s victor­y was not just an electo­ral one, he nearly parall­eled Hilary in the popula­r vote

November 11, 2016

Pursue your passion

If we were to judge by scale of econom­y, then US, China and Japan should be the happie­st countr­ies on earth

September 16, 2016

Stop complaining & vote for Imran Khan

Imran Khan the phenom­enon is even more intere­sting than the man himsel­f

September 8, 2016

Wise up Pakistan

To this day, ‘proscr­ibed’ milita­nt groups in Pakist­an are at large

August 22, 2016

Space: the final frontier

To boldly go where no man has gone before­

July 13, 2016

The rise of a new world

Closer to home in South Asia, there is little cheer and plenty of phanta­smagor­ia

July 5, 2016

Orlando: the trials of identity

The immigr­ant Muslim (partic­ularly Pakist­ani) experi­ence is anchor­ed around the ‘myth of return’

June 16, 2016

The era of neoliberalism

Inequa­lity matter­s, most signif­icantl­y and direct­ly, to those it leaves behind­

June 11, 2016