All the characters in this epic tragedy want us to have selective memories.
The party’s obsession with numbers started with ’35 punctures’.
Is no one blowing up the images to get a closer look at the faces?
Demonisation of Sikhs began before the post-Partition chaos.
The internet is another source of anxiety for those who want to be forgotten.
A flawed justice system has eroded trust in state institutions.
When push comes to shove we turn to the IPPs.
Covid-19 has given us a chance to rethink our social practices.
Those ostensibly in charge feel no need for new fig leaves.
It is inevitable that the defence angle of food security would trump other aspects.
We the citizens have a struggle on our hands.
The song as we know it today may be an amalgam of devotion to various mystics.
Rejection of what is held dear by the ‘other’ needs to stop.
Enough of games and intrigues; reforms are unavoidable.
It is mainly the LGs’ job to tackle disaster. But do they even exist?
Why should a scholar’s degree mention her religion?
What if the purpose of an artwork is to shine a light on our dark side?
Are any major landmarks named after Ismat Chughtai or Intizar Husain?
In some ways, the electoral process is akin to a corporate takeover.
It all boils down to giving people a stake in the system.