23 August, 2014 / Shawwal 26, 1435

Humair Ishtiaq

Review: Who Am I?

THE debate over the literary status of interviews is very much alive, with equally forceful arguments available on...

X-Square: The unholy ghost

Does a period of 65 years represent a substantial period in a nation’s life? Not at all … it is but a miniscule...

X-Square: Paper tigers

Long after the Asian Tigers — the globally acknowledged ones, that is — themselves got tamed by the vagaries of...

X-Square: Easier said than done

Picking up the thread from where we had left last week, let’s continue with Sindh government’s supposed and...

X-Square: Linear, but backward!

The state of education — or rather the management of education — being what it is across the country, there is...

X-Square: Inside out and upside down

THE lopsided election campaigns in Punjab and elsewhere did spend much time on how revolutions of all shades, hues and varieties are just about ready and rearing to transform the nation inside out and upside down.

A tale of two campaigns

THERE has never been a shortage of domains to apply the ‘Punjab versus the rest’ argument in the national...

X-Square: Clicking, not thinking

The line between knowledge and information is fast getting blurred. In the modern internet-driven society, it is common to come across young people who take it for granted that if something is not there on the Internet, it doesn’t exist, or is at least no