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Anjum Niaz

Letter from Jerusalem

The sun was setting, a gentle breeze made the evening more beauteous as the blue of the sky turned into a riot of Published Jun 05, 2016 07:00am

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