F.S. Aijazuddin

Lethal largesse

Lethal largesse

The British monarchy perfected the collection of expensive gifts. Published 02 Feb, 2023 08:08am
Daylight darkness

Daylight darkness

The country has had no end of energy policies. Updated 26 Jan, 2023 09:07am
Royal revelations

Royal revelations

‘Spare’ is a wordy remonstrance by Harry against fate. Published 19 Jan, 2023 07:42am
Back to begging

Back to begging

Nothing remains beyond the third generation. Published 12 Jan, 2023 07:56am
Stifled ambitions

Stifled ambitions

The Lyari river is now a shrivelled reminder of itself. Published 05 Jan, 2023 07:39am
Adieu, 2022

Adieu, 2022

It takes a rare skill for any man to alienate himself from everyone useful to him. Published 29 Dec, 2022 07:18am
Beyond reach

Beyond reach

‘A child is meant to learn, not earn’. Published 22 Dec, 2022 08:09am
Fiscal pollution

Fiscal pollution

Islamabad has not outgrown its siege insularity... Published 15 Dec, 2022 07:31am
A saffron silence

A saffron silence

PM Modi has lost the goodwill initially earned by his predecessor Vajpayee. Updated 08 Dec, 2022 08:59am
Lasting legacies

Lasting legacies

For Kesha Ram, her tour was akin to a pilgrimage. Published 01 Dec, 2022 07:56am
Hail and farewell

Hail and farewell

History may have a different view of Gen Bajwa’s stewardship. Updated 24 Nov, 2022 09:16am
From the pavilion

From the pavilion

The only thing that stands between Nawaz Sharif and the presidency is the obstinacy of the present incumbent, Dr Arif Alvi. Updated 17 Nov, 2022 08:32am
The caged country

The caged country

Will we achieve the ‘true independence’ that Khan hankers after? Published 10 Nov, 2022 07:17am
Mother and son

Mother and son

For the time being, Bilawal seems content to be tutored in politics. Published 27 Oct, 2022 07:03am
The chosen one

The chosen one

It is time to reassess our foreign policy options. Published 20 Oct, 2022 07:55am
An adieu, overdue

An adieu, overdue

Only 15 out of 442 representatives were present in an almost empty hall. Published 13 Oct, 2022 07:06am
Open secrets

Open secrets

Nations are tethered to agreements by cords of intent. Published 06 Oct, 2022 06:56am
The fifth attempt

The fifth attempt

Fate couldn’t have beamed on Dar more broadly. Published 29 Sep, 2022 07:26am
The royal rub

The royal rub

She stood absolutely impassive and expressionless. Published 22 Sep, 2022 07:19am