Only a miracle can now prevent Pakistan from becoming 400 million people in around 35 years.
The thousands of Americans who protested the Muslim ban at airports were there to protect a principle.
Gallantry has no place in this planet’s future wars. Technology will decide.
The kidnappings are designed to eliminate the tiny sliver of cyberspace activists currently have.
Should public universities now buy their own AK-47s, rocket launchers and armoured vehicles?
Ideological discomfort with science largely explains our near total absence from the world of creative science.
Missing from the establishment’s perception of national interest is a positive vision for Pakistan’s future.
If Thomson-Reuters has it right then Pakistanis should be out tonight dancing in the streets.
Rather than try to defend war criminals, Pakistan must normalise relations with Bangladesh.
Government officials and media pundits should not loosely wag their tongues unless they actually know.
The indigenisation of the Kashmir movement suggests a new path for Pakistan.
Inspired by visions of past greatness, several political-religious movements are out to recreate the Madina state.
Fazlullah is to Pakistan what Mansour was to Afghanistan.
The atomic bomb was supposed to create a state of bliss. Unsurprisingly that didn’t happen.
Demanding that science and faith be tied together has resulted in national bewilderment.
To destroy terrorism will require a massive change of public attitudes.
Business and commerce now freely use Islam as a brand name.
Though not yet the official language, Urdu is Pakistan’s lingua franca.
Nuke-missile extravaganzas don’t come cheap. Who but the poor must foot the bill?
The face of modern India is visible at the various Indian Institutes of Technology.