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Mariana Baabar

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A Pathan At The Gurudwara

A Pathan At The Gurudwara

Aug 10, 2012

A top Pakistani official’s ‘act of penance’ for Taliban intolerance raises official hackles

Wrappers’ Paradise

Wrappers’ Paradise

Jul 13, 2012

Silk raiments from rural India set hearts aflutter in posh Pakistan

Lights Out On Free Alley

Lights Out On Free Alley

Jun 22, 2012

Gilani goes, but the judiciary overreaches

Three Meet On A Chessboard

Three Meet On A Chessboard

Jun 01, 2012

With ties with America at its lowest, Pakistan looks for a role in the India-US bonhomie

Abominable Snowmen

Abominable Snowmen

May 04, 2012

Kayani’s steep climbdown on Siachen awaits an Indian response

All Are Invited To The Sermon

All Are Invited To The Sermon

Apr 13, 2012

Aided by exacting laws, protected by the state, Hafiz Saeed, terror’s grand imam, flourishes still

Deadly Bouncers

Deadly Bouncers

Mar 22, 2012

Literary star vs erstwhile cricketing great

Scorched Earth, Act II

Scorched Earth, Act II

Mar 02, 2012

Balochistan is a tinderbox of complex history, brutality and bad blood

Three-Legged Race

Three-Legged Race

Jan 19, 2012

Bold sallies, tactical retreats: the Pakistani state’s figureheads test strengths

Stirring In Some Chaos

Stirring In Some Chaos

Jan 06, 2012

Pakistan in turmoil: discontent on the streets, political ferment, and ‘Memogate’

Everyone’s Equal At The Maidan

Everyone’s Equal At The Maidan

Nov 04, 2011

A stunningly effective rally anoints Imran Khan as the leading hope for a new Pakistan

‘India, Learn From Past Kashmir Operations’

‘India, Learn From Past Kashmir Operations’

Nov 04, 2011

Within hours of holding a mammoth rally in Lahore, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief flew off to Beijing on the invitation from the Chinese Communist Party—a sign that he’s ‘arrived’

How About A Perma-Thaw?

How About A Perma-Thaw?

Oct 28, 2011

Pakistan’s military softens its stare at India. Cold tactical needs may have forced a smile.

A Decennary Of Misery

A Decennary Of Misery

Sep 09, 2011

Coerced into Bush’s ‘coalition of the willing’ post-9/11, Pakistan has been on a slow boil since

A Dandi For Isloo

A Dandi For Isloo

Aug 19, 2011

Pakistan’s India-myopic media dream of an Anna of their own

In Elision Alley

In Elision Alley

Jun 10, 2011

Mortal fear aims to muzzle Pakistani scribes. Many are defiant.

Jackboot Prints

Jackboot Prints

May 20, 2011

A cornered Pakistan army can now be asked to loosen its hold

A Moveable Kingdom

A Moveable Kingdom

May 13, 2011

The ‘mansion life’ was a frugal one for Osama and extended family

The False Prophets

The False Prophets

May 06, 2011

History closes its doors on Osama bin Laden’s millenarian chapter, but pages full of question marks stare at Pakistan

Autumnal Showers

Autumnal Showers

Apr 29, 2011

Jamil Ahmad, 78, ex-bureaucrat, chronicler of tribal Pakistan, shared a life with his novel

Lost In Trancenation

Lost In Trancenation

Apr 02, 2011

Black humour alleviates rage as Pakistan copes with heartbreak

No Country For Kafirs?

No Country For Kafirs?

Jan 29, 2011

Insecurity envelops Balochi Hindus after a series of abductions. Many are emigrating.

The Flickering Flame

The Flickering Flame

Jan 22, 2011

Pakistan’s liberals are fleeing the country in fear or being forced into silence

Munni’s Darlings Sell The Silver

Munni’s Darlings Sell The Silver

Dec 11, 2010

The leaks expose Pakistan’s double game, tarnishes leaders

Stuck In The Craw

Stuck In The Craw

Nov 13, 2010

Pakistanis are enraged by Obama’s nod for an India UNSC seat

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