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Ghazi Salahuddin
Ghazi Salahuddin

The writer is a staff member.

  • June 16, 2019

    A midnight spectacle

    If it were to be told in split images, this week’s story of Pakistan would be a kaleidoscope in flaming colours. And the pattern would change in...

  • June 02, 2019

    Sightings before Eid

    Pakistan has made a miserable start in its World Cup campaign. The manner in which the West Indians made mincemeat of our cricketers was...

  • May 26, 2019

    India’s tryst with Hindutva

    We are so deeply engrossed in our own affairs at this time, with the latest addition of an affair that surrounds the chairman of the National...

  • May 19, 2019

    The inheritance of loss

    In March 1947, Mountbatten took charge as the last viceroy of the British Empire in India from Wavell. He subsequently reported Wavell as saying:...

  • May 12, 2019

    A mispronounced life

    It is becoming obvious that they, our rulers, are incredibly more confused about how to bridge our social deficits than they are about the economy....

  • May 05, 2019

    The faltering skipper

    In the midst of all this upheaval in the economic, political and national security sectors, one needs to worry about the kind of leadership that...

  • April 21, 2019

    Captain, this is not cricket

    We know what exploded in the big headlines on Thursday and stirred talk-show hosts and their excited panellists. No, it was not the Ormara massacre...