Eid, even in foreign lands, makes one pine for desi food
The Saudis should accept the blame for the Haj tragedy.
What does the latest corporate scam tell us about modern capitalism?
Most objections by rights activists and lawyers to the use of this weapon have focused on its morality and legality.
What to do when you are out of the homeland and pining for desi food?
In most cases, the quality of audit is pretty abysmal.
"Pakistanis are lovely people but there is a lot of work to do to teach them basic common courtesy and civility."
Fundamental electoral reforms are needed.
The Iran deal has divided American Jews as few other foreign policy issues have.
In a battle of flavours, it is technique that defines the complexity of cooked meat, stews and sauces
In the national scheme of things, the PPP is irrelevant.
The tidal wave of refugees from North Africa and Middle East is testing European unity and resolve.
The campaign against the cricketers smacks of hypocrisy.
Charismatic politicians in our part of the world are not necessarily good for their countries.
Pakistanis love meat but veggie dishes are easy to make and offer a change of taste
We still view the Kashmir conflict through a narrow prism.
When Tony Blair attacked Jeremy Corbyn, candidate for the Labour Party’s leadership, he actually did him a big favour.
Stuart Schaar explores the many facets of the political activist and left-wing intellectual Eqbal Ahmad
The water flowing from your tap is laden with a cocktail of germs.
Images of desperate migrants trying to cross the English Channel from the French port city of Calais have been flashing.