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Hamas’s hackers – Rafia Zakaria

IT has not been a good century for the Palestinians. The trouble, some historians would say, began as long as 103 years ago with...

A long way to Afghan peace By Zahid Hussain

SUCH is the irony of history that yet another superpower is negotiating its exit from Afghanistan as the war-ravaged country recently observed the 31st...

Journalism today By Najia Ashar

RUNNING a red line through the news, silencing dissenting voices, enforcing media blackouts on television broadcasts, placing popular cable channels on the back end,...

Power moves By Arifa Noor

THE government is unravelling; Imran Khan has disappointed all and sundry and there is little hope left. The opposition is gearing up to replace...

Ambassadors alive – A.G. Noorani

THE ambassador is not dead; he is very much alive. Diplomatic services from which ambassadors are drawn are alive as well. The government of...

Warning signs By Zahid Hussain

IT is a deadly mix of incompetence and superciliousness that defines the crisis of the PTI government. The disarray is ominous. It is not...

Destroying Kashmir – A.G. Noorani

FOR 70 years, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and its political departments the Jana Sangh (founded in 1951) and its successor the BJP (now in...

Sedition is the new black By Arifa Noor

ON Sunday, a few people were picked up in Faisalabad for protesting. One of them was an elderly woman whose daughter, Quratul Ain Zaman,...

High Time By Zarrar Khuhro

SINCE we’re always looking for ways to boost imports, and since we are told that it’s a good idea to think outside of the...

Imagine, just imagine… – Asha’ar Rehman

THIS beloved country of ours never ceases to surprise us with the possibilities it offers. The imagination at work is often good enough to...
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