The conflict has made Pakistan feel more divided at home.
The city, and the party that controls it, could be on the arduous path to normalcy
How a misinterpretation of Hitler’s demand for German majority areas in Czechoslovakia influenced the Muslim League’s demand for Pakistan.
Yemen conflict is sharpening. India and Pakistan need to coordinate their response.
A new book recounts the turbulence in the life and times of Benazir Bhutto.
What connects a desolate Central Asian region to Pakistan?
Pakistan is going against the grain of the modern state that legislates on the basis of ethic
The literary festival hosted by the city saw a coming together of creativity, eclecticism, ideas and dialogue.
It is increasingly difficult for Pakistan to punish those who kill for religious reasons.
India’s democracy did not have Pakistan’s flaws. Why, then, would India want to imitate Pakistan?
Pakistan’s plan to tackle terrorism will fail if it refuses to bring madrasas under the scanner.
A new moment may be changing Pak relationship with India, and the world.
A weak state warns the world against blasphemy. It does not act against the threat to itself.
Conversions in Pakistan speak of a state in crisis, but why the rush to convert in India today?
Army chief Raheel Sharif makes a courageous diagnosis. Will the Pakistan army follow up?
The army’s India policy is at the root of what ails the Pakistani state.
For Pakistan, India and Israel are a permanent fixture, addition of US is another mental trapeze act.
It’s time to invest in free trade and cross-border movement of capital and people
The violence of the Taliban has been internalised. Religion has been twisted beyond recognition.
In Pakistan, there is a large difference between growing up with Urdu or with English
Turkey’s backsliding into religion frames the reversals in the post-Arab Spring Middle East
As the state’s writ weakens, blasphemy cases increase in Pakistan.
A new book maps Karachi from its halcyon days to its current lawlessness.
Can the Pakistan Supreme Court accept that those elected by the people cannot be dismissed from parliament for ‘impiety’?
Trade should be the building block of India-Pakistan relations.
Like Sheherzad of Arabian Nights, Intizar Husain tells stories without moral lessons
Trade talks are crucial to normalising bilateral ties. Kashmir can wait.
The Nobel prize winner will find it difficult to return to the country she wants to serve
If Pakistan is going through one of its typical convulsions, simply blame the CIA, Mossad, RAW, the US.
If India has communal riots, Pakistan is brutal to Hindus in Sindh.
It will be the economist, not democracy, who cuts down to size Pak’s Imran-Qadri duo.
Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri say what Pakistan has is not democracy. What they promise is utopia.
So far, those who think attrition would weaken the cults if the standoff is prolonged are being proved wrong.
Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri lead an attack against representative democracy.
The change of mind in Pakistan via-a-vis India is real. But foreign offices of both countries remain addicted to deadlocks.
The gap of learning between India and Pakistan is significant because it goes beyond the argument of population ratios.