Saturday, January 19, 2019

Pity Peshawar – but what prospects for a peaceful Pakistan?

As the country reels from the massacre in Peshawar, MA Mistry assesses whether peace will ever prevail in Pakistan given the lack of unity...
pakistan, india, imran khan, kashmir, janjua

How Indo-Pak conflict is now between their citizens

In the current atmosphere, when Indians and Pakistanis, politicians, sportsmen, entertainers, media persons and regular civilians are hurling abuses at each other, it renders...

Remembering Amanullah Khan

When I got the news and saw images of Amanullah Khan’s hospitalisation on facebook I felt the urge to write something about him. As...

Karachi winters

Edith Sitwell said, ”Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a...

Hari Singh’s blackmailing and love in London

Eighty six years after an instant love affair blossomed at Tosamaidan in Kashmir between the Kishtawari royal beauty “Jani” and British Colonel Thorpe leading...

Britain and Kashmir

National census is accepted as the most authentic source of statistical information about the population of a country. However, it is not possible to...

Afghanistan, my motherland

Afghanistan has most definitely experienced the most hardship of any country in the world, successively for decades. The geographic location of this nation has...

Acts of Resilience

Conflict has a serious impact on the life of women and their role in family and society. Through the ages, the presence of heightened...

For Quetta, Pakistan

Development is enabling safety and security so that people can go about their in everyday lives. In areas of the world prone to conflict,...

The land of broken promises

Touted as the ‘Land of Promise’ because of its rich natural resources, Mindanao is home to more than a half of the estimated mineral...