F.S. Aijazuddin

Scoring with bodies

Scoring with bodies

Negligent officials’ failures scar us as a society. Updated 13 Jan, 2022 07:29am
Shearing sheep

Shearing sheep

Collecting taxes caused a migraine even to the pharaohs. Published 06 Jan, 2022 07:13am
Rusted hearts

Rusted hearts

Desmond Tutu’s memory is laden with honours. Updated 30 Dec, 2021 07:54am
The distant crest

The distant crest

What has become of Mr. Bhutto’s socialist dreams? Published 23 Dec, 2021 07:33am
Half a century ago

Half a century ago

They were guided by the flares of the blazing oil tanks. Published 16 Dec, 2021 07:04am
Inconvenient unions

Inconvenient unions

The green in our flag is gradually inching out the white. Published 09 Dec, 2021 06:52am
Power overlaps

Power overlaps

Governance in the country is in free fall. Published 02 Dec, 2021 07:06am
A dangerous thaw

A dangerous thaw

Their memoirs are the Bayeux tapestry of our diplomacy. Published 25 Nov, 2021 07:10am
A modern Cyclops

A modern Cyclops

Dr Holland performed umpteen eye operations on rustic patients coming from miles away. Published 18 Nov, 2021 07:12am
Exporting surpluses

Exporting surpluses

Our coal-based projects fly in the face of COP advice. Published 11 Nov, 2021 06:10am
Future deserts

Future deserts

People will ask why the PM could attend the SGI but not COP26. Published 04 Nov, 2021 06:43am
Seeds of penance

Seeds of penance

The KSLF plants a tree to mark every speaker. Published 28 Oct, 2021 07:04am
An eye-opener

An eye-opener

A daring report by Indian savants could have been written here. Published 21 Oct, 2021 07:18am
Bend it like…

Bend it like…

The UNHCR has thrown up its hands in despair. Published 14 Oct, 2021 07:06am
Insecure futures

Insecure futures

The agile corrupt will escape to perform newer tricks. Published 07 Oct, 2021 07:58am
Costly secrets

Costly secrets

In response to public information request, govt has refused to make public details of gifts given to PM Imran. Updated 30 Sep, 2021 08:26am
Royal taxidermy

Royal taxidermy

The king’s death was hastened so it could be announced in the morning papers. Published 16 Sep, 2021 08:45am
Grinning infamy

Grinning infamy

The US and its allies seek to control Afghanistan from the grave. Published 09 Sep, 2021 09:25am
White man’s Biden

White man’s Biden

Wars guarantee that sons will continue to be buried because their fathers lied. Published 02 Sep, 2021 07:35am