Britain’s denial has led to the most moronic decision in memory.
Asad Rahim Khan
The final chapter of Asghar Khan’s story has yet to be written. It all hinges on a Supreme Court case.
What would our history be if the judges remained passive?
We call the case everything except what it is — a massacre.
A country that refuses to remember its heroes can only be run by its villains.
Fifteen years ago, Bush reduced Iraq to a pile of ash.
Pakistan has a major gun problem, and no one wants to talk about it.
It would seem there are only two modes of operation in Kasur: slumber and sadism.
There’s a troubling change of heart in the Shahzeb Khan case.
As the ruling party teeters closer to offending the judiciary itself, it should realise there is a balance to all things
Done right, Fata could well see the greatest reforms.
It may well be a conspiracy; Sharif’s against himself.
It seems all lives are equal, but some are more equal than others.
The knives are already out for Theresa May.
We now see ‘jet-black’ Ehsanullah being laundered white.
America’s Justice Cardozo once described the dissenter as the gladiator making a last stand against the lions.
He may be the right general, but this is the wrong alliance.
Litfests are the start of a conversation we’d forgotten to have.