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A Kafkaesque scenario By Ghazi Salahuddin

This week, I have felt prodded a number of times to invoke Franz Kafka, the German novelist and short-story writer who died nearly one...

Our unmade journeys By Ghazi Salahuddin

There is this game we sometimes play when my wife and I connect with our two daughters on WhatsApp or Skype. The idea is...

Do the bells toll? By Ghazi Salahuddin

We see the clouds gathering on the horizon, even literally as the monsoons arrive. This week’s events have whetted our sense of foreboding. Like...

In search of an author By Ghazi Salahuddin

When Prime Minister Imran Khan had an interaction with a number of leading writers of television plays on Friday last week, through a video...

Covid’s coded judgments By Ghazi Salahuddin

At this time, almost the entire focus is on the short order that was delivered by the Supreme Court of Pakistan on Friday afternoon....

Invisible and unheard – By Ghazi Salahuddin

Ominous times, these are. And it is becoming increasingly difficult to make sense of what is happening to this country – and to us,...

In search of lost time – By Ghazi Salahuddin

This weekend has cast an additional shadow of gloom over my mind and not because of something that has happened. In fact, what did...

A red-letter day – By Ghazi Salahuddin

Somehow, it has all boiled down to that stirring slogan: ‘mera jism, meri marzi’. It was one of the numerous creatively designed messages that...

Is Delhi burning? By Ghazi Salahuddin

Surrounded as we are by grave issues in the national, regional and global spheres, let me first talk about a poet who is dead...

A choice of palliatives By Ghazi Salahuddin

What or who do we turn to for solace during these dark days of economic distress and political uncertainty? The point is that we...
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