How does one deal with the absurdities that often characterised the past year? Perhaps by laughing at them.
Ali Aftab Saeed
If a martial law comes, you may never see democracy again.
I hear more bad news is in the offing in two months but lets not dabble in uncertain matters.
Nawaz is respecting the mandate of parties in other provinces, which is absolutely necessary because he is forming a government in the center only because of the Punjabi vote.
Zardari did what was necessary; instead of letting the idealist Bilawal take charge, he kept him away from the filthy business that politics has been in the Islamic Republic.
Compared to Tahirul Qadri’s unexpected homecoming, Musharraf’s arrival is trivial but it’s after effects may not be so.
Next time you notice a frozen man amongst a bevy of dancers, be so kind as to bear him for the sake of the producer.
Khan’s choice to conduct internal party elections is not just a good decision, it has absolved him of two great responsibilities.
It seems the Taliban can never feel close to Imran Khan because of his un-article 62, 63-esque past, writes Ali Aftab Saeed.
If reading the script is not the criterion of getting plays sponsored, then what is, asks Ali Aftaab Saeed.
Shiraz Upal had two options and I believe he chose the right one. He shaved his beard, unfolded his jeans over his bare ankles, and hit the stage.
From his very meaningful petition-filing record, it can be easily deduced that this common citizen is a Punjabi himself.
Outside this designated area for protestors, flags and tires can be sold in black every time the West breaches our sovereignty.
Whenever something happens where all the provinces are on the same page and the courts too remain firm in backing them, it is time for conspiracy theories.
The initials of Dr Qadeer Khan’s political party, Tehreek-e-Tahaffuz Pakistan assure the good intentions of its founding members.
All nations have had their heroes and saviours; we Pakistanis can boast that we have had more than our fair share.
You should give your girlfriend the truth when in need of some personal time. If she asks you how she looks, say, “Bad” and enjoy the awkward silence.
“Astrologers ruled our media industry. Then, like a breath of fresh air, came experts who told us which stones to wear for what desired end.”