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Lost in living By Ghazi Salahuddin

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Where is the life we have lost in living? Eliot had, of course, posed this question in a philosophical vein. That is how...

A moon for two Eids By Ghazi Salahuddin

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Overseas Pakistanis are denied the excitement of sighting the Eid moon on the 29th of Ramazan. Even when there is no suspense about the...

A voyage around the virus By Ghazi Salahuddin

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It does become hard to make sense of one’s own feelings when personal grief is overlapped with a tragedy of historical proportions. And...

Imran’s loss of authority By Ghazi Salahuddin

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If there were dreams to sell, as the poet mused, what would you buy? Well, what we have on offer are more like nightmares....

Imran’s moment of Tareen By Ghazi Salahuddin

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For sure, there is a twist in the tale. While the suspense that is building up may not be Hitchcockian in its impact, some...

Again, it is heartbreaking By Ghazi Salahuddin

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Well, a poor scribe may not be entitled to what is recognised as writer’s block but I am finding it hard to write...

Changing the past By Ghazi Salahuddin

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Here’s a riddle for you. Why do I think of Milan Kundera when I drive past the Teen Talwar roundabout in Karachi and am...

A house not in order By Ghazi Salahuddin

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How does a nation set its own house in order? And, in the context of its relations with a neighbour that border on...

Not playing by the book By Ghazi Salahuddin

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Pakistan, in a collective sense, needs therapy. It is almost losing its mind, being under great emotional stress. The deviant behaviour of its leaders...

Bowled out in Daska By Ghazi Salahuddin

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During the past two-and-a-half years that it has been in power, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has dropped catches and bowled no-balls. But now it...