Aijazuddin is a Lahore-based writer and artist.
As South Asia gingerly approaches another Valentine’s Day
Leaders of India, Pakistan seem to get on better when abroad than at home.
India and Pakistan are seriously in need of couples conselling.
A Pakistani blockbuster with mountains,terrorists and RAW agents who like to dance
There were glitches,and false tsunamis. And wicked ironies in the results.
In Pakistan,conspiracy theories are often less surprising than the truth
The Lahore Literary Festival was a watershed moment. Now that its over,the energy and intensity it conjured have nowhere to go
But blasphemy,which involves taking offence on someone elses behalf,is a bewildering concept
Samosa prices,avian classifications and the London Games are keeping Pakistans court and assembly distracted
The unfortunate Surjeet-Sarabjeet mess was created by TV news,but Indias unfamiliarity with Pakistan can produce some hilarious errors