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The pendulum of tricky times -JAWED NAQVI

ONE need not look to the deadly scuffle between Indian and Chinese soldiers in the inhospitable terrain of the Galwan Valley to explain the...

Anger is no strategy By Arifa Noor

A PLANE crash will become a tragedy and a controversy anywhere in the world. Pakistan is no different though it wasn’t long before a...

Why teach online? By Neda Mulji

MANY schools and universities have been resisting the need to plunge into digitising education, due to various technological and organisational challenges. Many of them...

Ages of anxiety By Zarrar Khuhro

I AM dying of a broken heart … my heart has become exceedingly troubled, heartbreak has seized me, I have become exceedingly afraid.” The feelings...

PTI’s summer of discontent – Maleeha Lodhi

THE federal government was able to easily ensure the adoption of its finance bill last week. But not before a last-minute effort by Prime...

Declare emergency now! – Ikram Sehgal

Revising their original estimates within three months, WHO says a “second”, and maybe a “third wave” “is likely”, both the IMF and the US...

To trust or not – Zubeida Mustafa

THE underlying cause of what is currently termed as ‘confusion’ in our political discourse is a deficit of trust. Simply put, it is the...

Protecting childhood – Madeeha Ansari

CHILDHOOD is a precious, fleeting experience. As we navigate our way through the most extraordinary time in living memory, one of the most important...

A popular epitaph – Asha’ar Rehman

PRIME MINISTER Imran Khan’s remarks in parliament about Osama bin Laden a few days ago stirred a debate where the most efficient among his...

Visa disaster – Rafia Zakaria

INDIA has been having a bad summer. The Nepalese have face-palmed them, the Chinese have taken territory they said belonged to them, and now...
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