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Asha’ar Rehman

What do we do with Shahbaz? 

What do we do with Shahbaz? 

The romantic version of the saga would be where the two brothers sail in each other’s company throughout and, if worse Published Aug 11, 2017 05:22am
Accomplices, again

Accomplices, again

Let’s not take the familiar path of terming Nawaz Sharif’s fall some kind of a nemesis for his old loyalty to Gen Zia. Published Aug 04, 2017 06:46am
Beware of the accomplice

Beware of the accomplice

The accomplices are such a permanent part of the summary justice system that the guilty are left with no chance Published Jul 28, 2017 03:27am
The battle in and for Lahore

The battle in and for Lahore

Members of the PM’s household are tight-lipped at the moment when just a sigh could be breaking news. Published Jul 21, 2017 03:48am
The torrents this monsoon

The torrents this monsoon

For some amongst us, however, no respite is ever in sight. Hoping to have crossed a river, they are confronted Published Jul 14, 2017 02:28am
Power and privilege

Power and privilege

This was a big day when Maryam Nawaz Sharif generated all kinds of contrasting reactions. Published Jul 07, 2017 06:51am
When the toughs get going

When the toughs get going

It is being predicted that the curtains will be drawn on the current instalment of democratic rule by the time the Published Jun 30, 2017 06:59am
The country spread

The country spread

It is the exclusion of players from Lahore that is, sarcastically, credited for the national side’s successful campaign Published Jun 23, 2017 02:40am
Obsessed with appearances

Obsessed with appearances

It is an unending show that captures our obsession with maintaining positions, as a politician offers himself up for Published Jun 16, 2017 02:33am
Thoughts on ‘aftar’

Thoughts on ‘aftar’

You will never settle for one pronunciation, and there is no reason why you should actually. Published Jun 09, 2017 01:27am
Departure lounge

Departure lounge

The PPP continues to shed its members — losing them faster now as the election year approaches. Updated Jun 02, 2017 04:06am
One brave man standing

One brave man standing

By no stretch of the imagination is Chaudhry Nisar deserving of the title of one who repeatedly flees tough situations. Published May 26, 2017 01:24am
The two and the rest together

The two and the rest together

Misbah and Younis, who are being hailed as worthy of being placed among the greatest, played in times that required Published May 19, 2017 01:13am
In search of power

In search of power

Imran Khan chose to be philosophical and all-embracing about the pragmatic union between two dashing sons of Punjab. Updated May 12, 2017 03:32am
What we cannot hide from

What we cannot hide from

There were the usual references to how raids had yielded thousands of kilograms of donkey meat sold most probably as Updated May 05, 2017 01:33am
Tempers on the ‘go’

Tempers on the ‘go’

The harder they try to pretend they are in as much control as they had been earlier the more things look unsettled. Updated Apr 28, 2017 02:00am
A ruling and a country split

A ruling and a country split

Does the Panama ruling live up to its original promise, that it will offer something to everyone? Published Apr 21, 2017 01:20am
The hazards of early predictions

The hazards of early predictions

Today’s analyst may be better equipped than yesterday’s observer to gauge the people’s mood. But certain realities Published Apr 14, 2017 03:46am
Dowry anyone?

Dowry anyone?

Society has accepted dowry as a necessary tradition that cannot be discontinued. Published Apr 07, 2017 01:20am
Fixed positions

Fixed positions

A PPP with far greater credibility than this Zardari outfit was contained and kept out of the government in the past. Published Mar 31, 2017 03:32am