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Turbulence ahead

The past fortnight has witnessed a series of conflicting trends in the political arena that has seemingly jeopardized the clarity that was expected after the categorical verdict in last May's general election....   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Soft target

Sir - In one of the worst terror strikes in Pakistan's history, over 130 sc... | Read»


Rightly so

Does the right to live include the right to die? Are the two rights opposed or does the latter follow from the former? These questions have been debated down the ages not j......   | Read..

Inflation down

Inflation is the bogeyman of politicians. There is no bigger agent for losing votes than rising prices since it affects the aam admi most adversely and on a daily basis. Th......   | Read..

The Lost Heart

If there is a deathtrap in India, it is the roads of the capital, which sets the standard for all other cities and towns. The sheer madness, the breaking of every road rule......   | Read..

Just because you are happy it does not mean that the day is perfect but that you have looked beyond its imperfections. - BOB MARLEY

Unkind city
Engglishhh©: Fictional Dispatches from a Hyperreal Nation By Altaf Tyrewala, Fourth Estate, Rs 450...   | Read..
Ringside view of history
The struggle for Pakistan: A Muslim Homeland and Global Politics By Ayesha Jalal, Belknap, $35...   | Read..
The light and the dark
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn did not mellow with age. His late works - he was 63 when he died - are startling in their innovation and boldness, defiant in their refusal to comply with fashion or ......   | Read..
Paperback Picking

Loss is a long, hard road