F.S. Aijazuddin

Widow of Windsor

Widow of Windsor

Prince Philip made royal routine appear effortless. Published 22 Apr, 2021 07:26am
Judging the judges

Judging the judges

In the end, like Joan of Arc, they were made to pay with their blood. Published 15 Apr, 2021 06:23am
A golden rebirth

A golden rebirth

The museum will reinforce Egypt’s claim for repatriation of its heritage. Published 08 Apr, 2021 06:43am
Fiery phoenixes

Fiery phoenixes

Should they interpret these steps as heralds of a spring thaw? Published 01 Apr, 2021 06:56am
Hiding the truth

Hiding the truth

Political parties have transformed illegality into a law. Published 25 Mar, 2021 07:43am
New lease of life

New lease of life

It had taken all of 30 painless minutes, including the post-jab wait. Published 18 Mar, 2021 07:40am
Playing the game

Playing the game

Our political pugilists are unfamiliar with the Queensbury rules. Published 11 Mar, 2021 07:19am
History in folios

History in folios

Future bookshops will exist in another empyrean. Published 04 Mar, 2021 07:28am
Cursory knowledge

Cursory knowledge

Physical libraries feel threatened by modern technology. Published 25 Feb, 2021 06:38am
Ominous ides

Ominous ides

Wartime conditions have been created during peacetime. Published 18 Feb, 2021 06:25am
Into the sunset

Into the sunset

Angela Merkel’s life is a model of quiet endeavour. Published 11 Feb, 2021 06:17am
Fighting the stone

Fighting the stone

Dom Moraes was forced to survive in an India with 1,000 dialects. Published 04 Feb, 2021 07:32am
Unburied conscience

Unburied conscience

Certain events in a nation’s history (however traumatic) need to be retrieved from the cupboard of memory. Updated 28 Jan, 2021 08:54am
A horned dilemma

A horned dilemma

Trump would rather ‘reign in Hell, than serve in Heav’n’. Published 21 Jan, 2021 05:24am
A forgotten son

A forgotten son

Ved refused to accept disability as unconquerable and mastered the skill of walking without a cane. Published 14 Jan, 2021 07:23am
Cloudy cataracts

Cloudy cataracts

Internally, our country suffers pandemic issues without domestically developed panaceas. Updated 07 Jan, 2021 08:17am
Pardon my pardons

Pardon my pardons

Trump will be busy clearing the White House cupboards of skeletons. Published 31 Dec, 2020 07:48am
Unhappy X’mas

Unhappy X’mas

Who will foot the bill, and how? Published 24 Dec, 2020 07:18am
Paper sovereignty

Paper sovereignty

Obama’s narrative flows easily and is loping and casual. Published 17 Dec, 2020 07:55am
Dr Fibre Optics

Dr Fibre Optics

Dr Kapany embarked upon a personal mission to preserve Sikh art heritage. Published 10 Dec, 2020 07:38am