MAHEEN A. RASHDI

FICTION: HOT AND DEPRESSED

FICTION: HOT AND DEPRESSED

An expatriate Indian Muslim journalist suffers through his life in the Middle East in this novel with only the author’s random... Published 27 Nov, 2022 06:38am
EDUCATION: MY STATELY ALMA MATER

EDUCATION: MY STATELY ALMA MATER

On the occasion of the institution’s centenary, a former student remembers the glorious times spent at Mama Parsi School Published 22 Apr, 2018 07:20am
The people’s actor

The people’s actor

We remember Waheed Murad as a film star, but he was so much more Published 25 Sep, 2016 07:02am
Canada’s change

Canada’s change

Harper had forgotten that immigrants are Canada’s strength. Published 08 Nov, 2015 01:22am

Just what the doctor ordered

WHEN Sherry Rehman landed in Washington in January 2012, she joined a mixed class of notable (and not-so-notable)... Published 01 Jan, 2013 03:05pm

The symbol of uprising

JUST before 2012 closed its accounts in Egypt, another roar was recorded in the continuing saga of the country’s... Published 01 Jan, 2013 12:22pm

Hogging limelight

Imran Khan was seen stepping up his political campaign during the year. His 24-hour visit to Toronto got him... Published 01 Jan, 2013 12:22pm

Double click: Cyber bullies

In my last column I wrote about how `social media` tools have made voyeurs of us all. But it seems that not enough... Published 17 Oct, 2010 12:00am
Double click: Fanning voyeurism

Double click: Fanning voyeurism

Technology is a good thing. It enhances the scope of development, gives us easy access to information and provides... Published 03 Oct, 2010 09:14pm

Double click: Fanning voyeurism

Technology is a good thing. It enhances the scope of development, gives us easy access to information and provides... Published 03 Oct, 2010 12:00am

Double click: A sense of loyalty

Last week the Canadian government extended its September 12 deadline for another three weeks for its offer to match... Published 26 Sep, 2010 12:00am

Double click: Bigotry vs obstinacy

9/11/2010 arrived and passed. Peacefully? I think yes. A lot of bloodletting could have happened but didn`t. Pastor... Published 19 Sep, 2010 12:00am

Double click: In troubled waters

The Indus refuses to stop roaring. The Federal Flood Commission’s daily reports continue to predict its ... Published 29 Aug, 2010 02:30am

Double click: In troubled waters

The Indus refuses to stop roaring. The Federal Flood Commission`s daily reports continue to predict its ... Published 29 Aug, 2010 12:00am

Double click: Strange homecoming

It was a joyful reunion with family and friends amid the grief of hundreds of fellow nationals who still haven`t ... Published 08 Aug, 2010 12:00am