Since 1948, the State Bank of Pakistan has seen off 19 governors.
Throughout the tortuous negotiations ran a golden vein of poetry.
For modern voters, the most potent blank is still the virgin surface of the ballot paper.
One day, rational Indians will regret remaining silent today.
A sumptuously produced book of photographs is an ode to world civilisations and the known and anonymous ancient
An emboldened Modi will do exactly what he wants.
They lived in our shared past. They will never see our divided future.
Roads can be halted at the border, but who owns flowing water?
Pakistan can take comfort; it is no longer India’s only enemy.
Precedents in history make undependable blueprints for the future.
India has suddenly found itself tarred.
The MBS visit euphoria needs to be put into perspective.
Drafters of the 18th Amendment thought they had a fool-proof method.
The film provides a tempting analogy to our own political condition.
Soon, it shall be another hot summer of discontent.
Have we really sunk to this depth of civic depravity?
Politicians in opposition are fearful at the cadavers of their past misdeeds being disinterred.
Future generations will wonder why we condone brutality.
Our new government, like all its predecessors, wants a pliant media.
The paintings have been languishing in an airless chamber.