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Amir Mir

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Articles by Amir Mir

Why I Said No To Musharraf

Why I Said No To Musharraf

Jun 03, 2006

Because he has stifled democracy, says Outlook's Lahore correspondent

The Centre Cannot Hold…

The Centre Cannot Hold…

Mar 29, 2005

The Balochistan dispute is no more about settling a single problem, such as the rape of a lady doctor, the exploitation of the province's natural resources, the setting up of new cantonments, or the continuing hostility and tension surrounding the Su

Facts, Figures And Fiction

Facts, Figures And Fiction

Jan 08, 1996

The nation fails to arrive at a consensus over a fresh census

Strategic Alliance

Strategic Alliance

Jan 15, 1996

Altaf Hussain and Nawaz Sharif team up against the ruling PPP

Playing A Different Game

Playing A Different Game

Jan 29, 1996

Imran Khan's fund-raising campaign for his hospital arouses the government's ire

A Divine Moment

A Divine Moment

Feb 12, 1996

Imran feels it was God's grace that broke Pakistan's gloomy Cup record in '92

The Song Of Hysteria

The Song Of Hysteria

Mar 18, 1996

The defeat at Bangalore throws Pakistan out of stride, and a thousand wild theories bloom

Strange Charges

Strange Charges

Apr 22, 1996

Pakistani police feel Imran Khan may have engineered the blast at his hospital in Lahore in order to gain political mileage

The Dithering Ends

The Dithering Ends

May 06, 1996

Imran Khan may find politics a whole new ballgame

Veterans Cry Foul

Veterans Cry Foul

Jun 03, 1996

Olympic hockey probables revolt against their manager

A Fight For Rights

A Fight For Rights

Aug 05, 1996

A woman tries to save a marriage, against her family's wishes

Pakistan's Orphans

Pakistan's Orphans

Oct 30, 1995

The 'Biharis' of Bangladesh have just one dream: to go back home. But Pakistan does not want them.

It’s Yesterday Once More

It’s Yesterday Once More

Nov 11, 1996

With Benazir Bhutto’s dismissal, political uncertainty once again takes over Pakistan. And many wonder if the February 3 elections will be held as announced.

A Jehad Backfires

A Jehad Backfires

Nov 27, 1995

The twin blasts at the Egyptian embassy jolts the government

A Militant Diaspora

A Militant Diaspora

Nov 27, 1995

The Afghan war has left a trail of violence

The Birth Of The Third Force

The Birth Of The Third Force

Nov 25, 1996

Imran faces a tough battle as he joins the race for prime minister

Bloody Relations

Bloody Relations

Dec 18, 1995

Rival leaders' families have become the target of violence in Karachi

Surviving Amidst Chaos

Surviving Amidst Chaos

Dec 30, 1996

A month before national elections, the caretaker government struggles to fulfil promises

Comeback Trail

Comeback Trail

Jan 27, 1997

Nawaz Sharif is cashing in on the anti-PPP wave and his new- found rapport with the caretaker establishment

Skipper, Under- 19 Team

Skipper, Under- 19 Team

Jan 27, 1997

Imran Khan hints at a boycott, alleging poll malpractices

A Cloud Caught Behind, Cleanly

A Cloud Caught Behind, Cleanly

Jan 10, 1998

He cried hoarse about his mates' match-fixing habits; the board now thrusts the team on the discarded wicket-keeper to clean up its act.

Mafia's Murky Shadow

Mafia's Murky Shadow

Jan 17, 1998

The Pakistani bowling attack is likely to stay without its double W (Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis) sting for some time.

The Sectarian Hydra

The Sectarian Hydra

Jan 17, 1998

Violent and frequent Shia-Sunni clashes add to Nawaz Sharif's lengthening list of woes

The Ball's In Court

The Ball's In Court

Feb 14, 1998

Further hearings into match-fixing charges may put a premature end to Akram's career

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