Muhammad Ali Siddiqi

India’s pledges

Scholars wonder how Indian leaders have lived with a guilt-free conscience. Published Jul 28, 2019 07:05am

Ties with Russia

Somehow the relationship with Russia seems star-crossed. Published Jul 07, 2019 07:35am

Gallipoli & cricket

Why would the Australian team visit Gallipoli for inspiration? Published May 22, 2019 07:05am

The Haroon story

A month before his death in 1942, he uttered these prophetic words: “Pakistan is now inevitable." Published Apr 27, 2019 07:49am

Hawk-eyed reader

Many of the comments are spot on. Some are bewildering. Published Mar 13, 2019 07:17am

Aid is a process

No European leader went to the US with a begging bowl. Published Feb 07, 2019 06:37am

Caught on camera

Newsmakers’ gaffes serve as comic relief. Published Dec 30, 2018 07:07am

Daily News memories

THOSE involved like me in its launching in 1962 must feel sad over the closure of Daily News, Karachi’s last... Published Dec 19, 2018 06:53am

Atatürk & U-turn

Mustafa Kemal was appalled by the madness of Hitler’s ideas. Published Nov 26, 2018 06:14am

The untapped

There is much non-state energy which can be tapped only if it is tamed. Published Oct 03, 2018 06:52am

American blood

Let the US ask India to send a couple of battalions to Afghanistan. Updated Sep 05, 2018 12:19am

‘Jewish state’

The recent Knesset decision is the culmination of a process. Published Jul 31, 2018 06:48am

NON-FICTION: DECONSTRUCTING KARGIL

Nasim Zehra’s book on the events surrounding the infamous Pakistan-India conflict and the subsequent military coup Published Jul 01, 2018 07:07am

No first time

At least two US leaders felt helpless as Israel violated peace deals. Updated May 17, 2018 10:13pm

Dawn critics

Lengthy speeches and demagogic bouts do not necessarily make news. Published Mar 15, 2018 03:50am