Both Pakistan and Myanmar have seen decades of military rule.
Peaceable voices continue to be shouted down in the subcontinent.
Can the Lambah-Aziz formula on Kashmir be resurrected?
Unlike the Pope, Putin can never do anything right in Western eyes.
The paint on our national canvas has begun to run.
Euro-optimists are convinced this flood will recede.
Modi is determined no colleague will call him ‘Maulana Modi’.
Like Bhutto, Imran Khan has never faced the spectre of failure.
Survival is not a matter of fitness, but of fortitude.
In Tapi’s case, the obstacles are all man-made.
The odour of formaldehyde is all around.
Modi has made Paki-bashing an integral part of Indian politics.
Will it ever be safe for pigeons to fly across borders?
Sturgeon’s Scottish accent will now be listened to all over England.
Reports on Pak-Saudi nuclear cooperation are routinely dismissed.
For the PM, Xi Jinping’s visit couldn’t have come at a better time.
If Pakistan needs a new spine, some medico-sociologists might prescribe other replacement procedures as well.
American academics study everything to death, including death itself.
The challenged do not live in a world of their own. They live in ours.
The Lahore Arts Council was magically transformed.