Our new government, like all its predecessors, wants a pliant media.
The paintings have been languishing in an airless chamber.
The sins that politicians commit live long after them.
How has China been able to transform itself?
We are unicellular patriots, prone to ‘splittism’.
What would Vajpayee have made of our new leadership?
Why are electoral costs expected to soar?
This morning is the darkened dawn that Nawaz was not meant to see.
Is Western-style democracy a cold-climate plant, unable to withstand hotter climes?
‘Did our graves deserve such precipitate, speedy interest by officialdom?’
There’s no country that hasn’t tried to reform its civil service.
‘Spy Chronicles’ contains 33 chapters, some surprising, many incendiary.
Pakistanis are forced to expire slowly every day.
Religion is not the opiate of the masses; security is.
A sumptuous volume is not only a tribute to a legendary stamp designer, but also a visual chronicle
As the general elections draw near, the knuckle bones of prediction are again up in the air.
In turbulent times like this, it is wise to stay silent.
The public interest has become a Rubik’s Cube rotated at will.
Did Aurangzeb spend his last 50 years destroying Hindu temples?
The love he nurtured for Ruttie was deep, sincere and sustained.