An autobiography traces an exhilarating life spent in a ceaseless struggle to know, discover and inform
Muhammad Ali Siddiqi
Besides Nehru, no one did more to turn Kashmir into hell than Sheikh Abdullah.
Without our morning conference, Dawn would be nowhere.
Scholars wonder how Indian leaders have lived with a guilt-free conscience.
Somehow the relationship with Russia seems star-crossed.
Why would the Australian team visit Gallipoli for inspiration?
A month before his death in 1942, he uttered these prophetic words: “Pakistan is now inevitable."
Many of the comments are spot on. Some are bewildering.
No European leader went to the US with a begging bowl.
ONE man’s murder preceded by torture and slow death seemed for once to have overshadowed larger tragedies and...
Newsmakers’ gaffes serve as comic relief.
THOSE involved like me in its launching in 1962 must feel sad over the closure of Daily News, Karachi’s last...
Mustafa Kemal was appalled by the madness of Hitler’s ideas.
The development of the pro-Hindu RSS and its influence on Indian politics
“IN the autumn of 2010, when the trees turned a bright red, bronze, gold and mustard, Zainab, my daughter, with...
There is much non-state energy which can be tapped only if it is tamed.
Let the US ask India to send a couple of battalions to Afghanistan.
The recent Knesset decision is the culmination of a process.
Nasim Zehra’s book on the events surrounding the infamous Pakistan-India conflict and the subsequent military coup
HARROWING moments in Calcutta during those nerve-racking 1971 days when the crisis in East Pakistan was at its peak...