Zarrar Khuhro

Going ape

Going ape

The phenomenon of apes learning sign language isn’t new. Published 02 Jan, 2023 07:02am
A cup of plenty

A cup of plenty

Win or lose, this was certainly Morocco’s coming-out party... Published 19 Dec, 2022 07:08am
Blood rites

Blood rites

How will our vampiric practices be viewed? Published 05 Dec, 2022 07:40am
Dangerous skies

Dangerous skies

Drones are proving to be the surveillance technology of choice. Published 21 Nov, 2022 06:57am
Cyborg critters

Cyborg critters

Cockroaches are set to save lives... Published 07 Nov, 2022 06:47am
Killing cancer

Killing cancer

Many rather innovative treatments are being developed. Published 24 Oct, 2022 07:09am
Russian roulette

Russian roulette

Will the new soldiers tip the balance? Published 26 Sep, 2022 04:31am
Apocalypse now

Apocalypse now

The extent of the flooding is such that the magnitude of the destruction and loss will only become clear once the waters recede. Updated 29 Aug, 2022 09:06am
Dying to live

Dying to live

Can we slow down or reverse the aging process? Published 15 Aug, 2022 06:20am
Hidden worlds

Hidden worlds

The deeper you go, the crazier it gets. Published 01 Aug, 2022 09:06am
The buzz

The buzz

There’s a lot to learn from bees. Published 06 Jun, 2022 07:50am
White knight

White knight

The Great Replacement theory has moved to the mainstream. Published 23 May, 2022 07:52am
Madness of mobs

Madness of mobs

Why do individuals succumb to group insanity? Published 09 May, 2022 07:55am
In flames

In flames

While officials dithered, children were burning to death. Published 25 Apr, 2022 07:16am
Treason season

Treason season

It’s as brilliant as it is dangerous. Updated 11 Apr, 2022 07:52am
Freedom Fries 2.0

Freedom Fries 2.0

When the invasion began, it was Russia and all things Russian that came in the cross hairs of a righteously vengeful West. Updated 28 Mar, 2022 09:03am
Putin’s phobia

Putin’s phobia

The world’s largest country lacks strategic depth. Published 28 Feb, 2022 07:08am