Modi believes in beneficial rebirth, but can he be sure as who or what?
Scientists tell us that there are in fact multiverses.
Old sins, as Agatha Christie wrote, have long shadows.
It took zealots minutes to destroy the Buddha’s statue.
Seven years later, we are back to marla one.
It is hardly surprising that the FBR has found it difficult to sustain its lofty vision.
The buffoonery of many leaders is disquieting.
Bolton’s book deserves to be read — only once.
The seeds scattered 50 years ago have germinated, unexpectedly.
Moral ambiguity bedevils governments here and in the UK.
Dr Farrukhi’s presence at any literary festival was a lesson in modesty.
Stronger ministers than Chaudhry — once, even the NA — have tried to dislodge Mufti Muneebur Rehman, without success.
The chairman stood his ground, waiting for his own moon to appear.
Covid-19 could not have found a country more vulnerable than Afghanistan.
The US has not lost its appetite for demanding reparations.
Better minds have cautioned against such coercive largesse.
An incomplete lockdown by whatever name is un-smart.
The government’s Janus-headed approach to the virus is unhelpful.
Pakistanis may be forced to return in planeloads.
The affluence we took for granted is as irrelevant as Versailles.