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In India, as in Pakistan, there is growing debate on the merits of English as the medium of education.
Are democratic Muslim states doomed to suffer from rising religious intolerance?
Is Pakistan joining the Saudi Arabia-led military alliance?
To ensure their safety, Muslims in India might soon be forced to adopt several lifestyle changes.
The PTI chief’s latest attack on English-medium schools prompts troubling conclusions.
Bolstered by anti-Pakistan rhetoric, Narendra Modi has little reason to negotiate peace with Nawaz Sharif.
What prompted a senior PTI leader to accuse the former military chief of conspiring against his party in the 2013 general elections?
Could a recent meeting between Imran Khan and Pakistan’s Army chief spell a new round of protests?
Can the merger of the tribal belt with Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province stem the region’s sectarian divide?
Can Muslim states ever successfully implement democracy without falling prey to the religious right?
The perception of corruption does not make it a reality.
Islamabad’s approval of the former Army chief’s appointment as head of an Islamic military alliance goes back to the economy.
Who is Saudi Arabia planning to target with its 39-nation army?
Maulana Abdul Aziz is hardly ‘proscribed’ in Pakistan’s federal capital.
Blasphemy and its demons rile Pakistan, again.
Pakistan’s Constitution risks closing doors of knowledge through restrictive application of freedom of expression.
It’s time Pakistan moved past a foreign policy based around hatred of India.
Many in Pakistan are starting to believe New Delhi is preventing London from acting against Altaf Hussain.
Could a firebrand Hindu cleric’s appointment to Uttar Pradesh’s head office spell the end of a secular India?
The Sharif-led PMLN likely won’t be happy with the Panama Papers judgment—but neither will the opposition.