HAMBANTOTA, a district capital 240 kilometres south of Colombo, is almost surreal. A small, sleepy town of around...
Why so much angst over Raheel Sharif’s new job?
“Britain’s indecisive premier”: this is the refrain now gaining increasing traction in the British media.
Many people believe that Christmas would not be the same without traditional roast turkey at the
Out of 209 member countries, Pakistan languishes at 194th place in Fifa rankings.
Isolated, divided and unsupported, Palestinians have little to look forward to over the coming years.
It’s not just the political class that’s riding the gravy train.
It is in the end of the siege of Aleppo that we can discern the light at the end of the tunnel.
The CIA’s murky role abroad is well known.
FLYING into a cold, grey London from a sunny, warm Sri Lanka is never pleasant, even though I have arrived before...
People accept corruption as part of the system.
Whatever happens next, Johnson will remain a colourful and unpredictable figure in British politics.
Ms Usmani has turned to memories of dishes cooked in her grandmother’s and mother’s kitchens for inspiration
A good cookbook is so much more than just that
We are all selective in our sympathies.
AN enormous amount has been written and spoken about the recently concluded US election. The reasons for Trump’s...
Imran thinks the NA is the “most boring place on earth”.
Despite the sense of unchanging serenity, there is a growing frustration among the people.
The rulers’ attitude towards ordinary people hasn’t changed.
Why this blind faith in demagogues?