The Dark Sludge of Religious Sectarianism

By Saad Hafiz

The recent murder of Dr Mohammad Shakil Auj, the dean of Islamic Studies at the University of Karachi, […]

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Photo of the Day: Imran Khan’s Jalsa in Lahore and its Political Implications

Malik Omaid

Though by all standards yesterday’s “Jalsa” was of no match to Imran Khan’s first one in Lahore in 2011; […]

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The Unpredictables – Part II: 1950s

By Fazal Abbas

Pakistan as a country has been through a number of highs and lows since traumatic partition in 1947 […]

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Textbook Nationalism

By Saad Hafiz

Prior to and since independence, both India and Pakistan have challenged and manipulated their joint histories for both political […]

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Photo of the Day: Another Ahmadi Killed in Sindh

Malik Omaid
Another day. Another Ahmadi killed RT @SaleemudDinAA: Sad news-Mirpur Khas where Mubashir Ahmad Khosa shot..shot..by 2 gunmen on a […]

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پروفیسر اجمل خان صاحب کے طالبان کے متعلق انکشافات پر ایک تبصرہ

تحریر: ملک عمید

چار سال کا عرصہ اعصاب کو تباہ کرنے اور بندے کو مجنوں بنانے کے لئے کافی ہوتا ہے،مگر […]

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The Politics Of ‘Dharnas’

By Ali Butt

The ‘dharna’ fiasco in our capital’s heartland has exacerbated the tribulations of my hapless compatriots. Despite Khan’s and […]

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“Sunday Magazine“ chowed down on over a hundred burgers (tough life, right? we know) to […]

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The Unpredictables: Part I – 1940s: Partition and Foundation Stones of Cricket in Pakistan (1947 – 1950)

By Fazal Abbas

The eternal drama of Pakistan cricket never ceases to fascinate the fans of Cricket game. Why would it? […]

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Sit-ins in Pakistan mean ‘Old Wine in New Bottle

By Aoduley Aryan

The on going sit-ins in Islamabad Pakistan staged by Imran Khan of Pakistan Tehreek Insaaf and another by […]

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