The fall of the Muslim modernism project in Pakistan is tied to the mutilation of the constitution
Nadeem F. Paracha
Middle classes alienated from ‘politics of interest’ are often looking for catharsis rather than solutions
With politics so deeply entrenched in our system, can universities be an exception?
Does a heinous crime become okay as long as there is a justification for it?
The country is still paying the price for Zia’s response to the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan
Were the elections of 1965 really rigged?
Over decades, the oft-misconstrued term has had various meanings and agendas
In his book, Lt Gen Faiz Ali Chishti penned the lesser known traits of the man he helped come to power
Would the Objectives Resolution of 1949 have materialised had Jinnah not passed away so soon after the creation
The only Pakistani city which continuously figures as a street name in faraway countries is Karachi
Pakistan’s political sphere must make space for moderate majority by pushing back militant Barelvi and Deobandi parties.
I befriended Junaid in 1991 and struck a close affiliation with him.
Explanations that emerge during a political crisis in Pakistan predictably evolve but make no logical sense
The slogan was from a poem written by poet and schoolteacher, Asghar Sodai, who penned it before the 1946 election.
The oft-cited slogan from the Pakistan Movement was actually dismissed by Mohammad Ali Jinnah
New electoral alliances are in the offing while old ones are being re-established. The history of such alliances is long
How will the Saudi crown prince’s push to ‘return’ his country to moderate Islam impact the politics of Muslim countries
Corporate interest generates exciting cricket while players become more professional, keeping controversies at bay.
Corporate interest generates exciting cricket while players become more professional, keeping all sorts of controversies
When there seems to be no government left, a country does not immediately fall into anarchy