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Rising heat affects all, world must act as one

Global warming and climate change have become a part of our lexicon during the past couple of decades.

15 Oct 2018 12:06 AM

CPEC toughest test for Imran & Pak generals

The Army has good reason to be pleased with Imran’s accession, which many believe was pre-scripted.

20 Aug 2018 5:15 AM

Espionage is much more than cloak and dagger ops

The Unending Game, the author writes, “is not a personal memoir, nor is it about the organization for which I worked.

03 Aug 2018 1:22 AM

Imran looms, but will voters surprise Army?

The only problem is that Pakistan’s voters, despite years of military rule, have a strong democratic streak in them.

24 Jul 2018 12:10 AM

Hilarious and ultimately tragic lives of leaders who ruled Pak

Jinnah was convinced that he single-handedly had wrested Pakistan from the British Empire and that he alone would control its future.

20 Jul 2018 12:41 AM

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As Army ‘manages’ Pak polls, future uncertain

The former Prime Minister’s two sons, Hassan and Hussain, are also implicated but have been absconding for good reason.

12 Jul 2018 1:18 AM

Déjà vu in J&K: Finding a solution to get harder

The politically-canny BJP president, Amit Shah, seemed to have decided that enough was enough.

22 Jun 2018 12:48 AM

An authentic take on how most Pakistanis feel about terrorism

The Army termed the matter as a threat to national security while the journalist who wrote the piece was banned from travelling.

15 Jun 2018 1:24 AM

J&K challenges grow: Truce a tactical pause

The ceasefire and dialogue offer by New Delhi is, however, the only way forward.

08 Jun 2018 2:11 AM

A timely warning about fascism to a tottering world

The fascist takeover of her native Czechoslovakia forced her to flee with her parents.

03 Jun 2018 12:41 AM

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Magnum opus on AfPak history Of CIA, ISI at work

A substantial part of the book is about the collusion between Pakistan’s military-controlled spy agency, the ISI and the Taliban.

13 May 2018 6:14 AM

Kashmiri mobs adopt Hamas line on protest

Civilian killings provoke extreme grief and even greater anger, further fuelling the cycle of violence.

14 Apr 2018 1:13 AM

Shimon’s Quest: From Israel to India, and Lithuania, with a touch of Tagore

Shimon Lev fell in love with India with all its faults, peculiarities and attractions.

29 Mar 2018 12:59 AM

Tech gamechanger in politics, governance

Hardik Patel had shown that even a skeletal organisational network leveraging technology could almost overnight become a political force.

29 Dec 2017 1:31 AM

A stranglehold broken: Asian geopolitics shifts

India was forced to ship the biscuits through a long and circuitous route via Bandar Abbas port in Iran.

31 Oct 2017 12:13 AM

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‘Researching for the book was like solving a mystery or puzzle’

The prognosis remains fraught because Pakistan feels it is about to achieve the strategic depth it has long sought in Afghanistan.

13 Oct 2017 12:46 AM

Calling the ‘cursed’ Durand Line what it is

Everything suggests the manner in which the Durand agreement was signed constitutes a dark chapter in Afghan history.

13 Oct 2017 12:42 AM

J&K jihad: Twist in the tale

The Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Tayyaba joined the anti-Musa chorus, accusing him of being part of an Indian conspiracy.

27 Sep 2017 3:19 AM

Afghanistan: Trump has changed the big picture

Mr Trump‘s announcement failed to elicit a highly positive response in the United States and India, where it should have.

04 Sep 2017 12:34 AM

The truth behind bin Laden’s death Not really

The bulk of the action is centred in Pakistan, where Osama bin Laden and his family arrived from Afghanistan following the US invasion of 2001.

16 Jul 2017 1:02 AM

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