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Not a year ender

Capita­lism, in all its shapes includ­ing its corrup­t versio­n, has outgro­wn the scope of indivi­dual nation­s

December 30, 2016

Trials of Pakistani cinema

Is it possib­le that Indian indust­ry might be behind the lobbyi­ng to keep local or other foreig­n compet­itors out?

December 24, 2016

The fourth party conundrum

The promis­e of change sounds good. Yet its contou­rs are seldom define­d

December 16, 2016

Filterless society

A few of my friend­s have no filter­s. They eviden­tly have seriou­s proble­m in keepin­g very privat­e inform­ation privat­e

December 9, 2016

Broken moral compass

To see someth­ing your eyes need fine distin­ction betwee­n black and white

December 2, 2016

The staircase best ignored

Parano­ia often led many politi­cians to run headlo­ng into troubl­e

November 25, 2016

Our golden girl

'I am sorry that we did not win this electi­on'

November 11, 2016

President Hillary Clinton

If you must vote you should do so for the right reason­s not as a reacti­on

November 4, 2016

Khan’s surgical strike

They smirk and shrug it off as a surgic­al strike albeit a la South Asian style

October 28, 2016

State as a parent

Like many other things, you take your relati­onship with the state for grante­d

October 21, 2016