Anjum Niaz

View from US: Dial ‘C’ for CSP

Surviving the Wreck by Syed Munir Husain details the rise and fall of a CSP officer in particular and the premier Published Jan 31, 2016 06:49am

View from US: Remembered fragments

The day I discover Tom’s death when I Google his name, sitting on my front door is a package from Bashir Riaz. Published Jan 17, 2016 06:42am

A parable on love and loathing

Evil is everywhere, and anger and hatred are loud. Yet there are always signs of progress toward a better future. Published Jan 03, 2016 01:09pm

All our tomorrows

A time to pause perhaps, review the fleeting year and prepare to turn the page to a new chapter headlined ‘Life.’ Published Dec 20, 2015 07:22am

Trudeaus: tragedy and triumph

In echoes of the Kennedy dynasty in the US, the Trudeau name is also shadowed by grief, glamour, power and tragedy Published Nov 08, 2015 06:55am

Co-existence: People: four ways

America brands people with tags like ‘Baby Boomers’ (read passé) while the remaining three labels ‘Generation X,Y, Z’ Published Aug 30, 2015 06:44am

God’s own kingdom

Jerusalem is holy to three faiths, yet tolerance and harmony are in short supply Published Jun 21, 2015 07:01am

American immortal

I don’t want to achieve immortality through my work. I want to achieve it through not dying. — Woody Allen Published Oct 26, 2014 06:39am

Long live the ‘queen’

Winding hills and soggy mists anyplace in America prompt you to reflexively exclaim: “This is just like Murree!” Published Aug 25, 2013 04:52am

Requiem for the living

When Zardari replaced Musharraf, it was a double whammy for the 180 million Pakistanis. Instead of leading the... Published Aug 18, 2013 06:46am

Harry Potter in Taliban land

Success is the name of this formula: To kick adversity, the best way forward is a kick in the teeth. Now, don’t... Updated Aug 09, 2013 05:18am

Flashback: Do men really hate women?

Are men misogynists? The answer is not a simple ‘Yes’ or ‘No.’ Betty Friedan was perhaps the first feminist... Updated Aug 09, 2013 04:42am

Males and their mea culpa

In America, breaking news is often about immoral indiscretions of male politicians rushing to apologise. These... Updated Aug 04, 2013 03:42pm