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Reluctant partners – Raoof Hasan

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I started again. This time, I didn’t write about real things and I didn’t write about imaginary things. I wrote about the only thing...

When the West works from home – Rafia Zakaria

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AS more and more of the Western world gets vaccinated, the predictions about the post-Covid-19 world are being tested against reality. In the early...

Human rights — a short story By Arifa Noor

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PARLIAMENT has become so incidental to our politics, we rarely notice small but significant changes taking place within its hallowed halls. This isn’t just...

Afghanistan on the edge again By Maleeha Lodhi

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WITH the closing act of the American military withdrawal well underway the situation in Afghanistan is at an inflection point. Fast-moving events on the...

Conducting inquiries By A.G. Noorani

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INQUIRIES lie at the very heart of the democratic process. They ensure accountability of the state to the legislature and to the people who...

To open or not? – Zubeida Mustafa

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WHEN schools in many parts of the world have resumed education in varying degrees, why are our schools still shuttered? The irony is that...

Covering the flanks – Raoof Hasan

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It had been on the anvil for long. One knew it was coming. People talked of it with conflicting feelings. Some were lost in...

Unpacking the message By Arifa Noor

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THE PDM finally met after days of discussion and speculation about their future course of action. It agreed to ignore the outliers but also...

A difficult path to peace – Raoof Hasan

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Things along our eastern front may appear to be stable, but the same cannot be said of the situation brewing along the western border. Two...

Heart of darkness By Zarrar Khuhro

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ISRAEL pioneered the troll farm: long before anyone understood the internet’s importance in swaying public opinion, it had deployed the online hasbara army to...