| Updated at 10:53pm on November 18, 2016
YET again, another state of emergency is eating away at the already fragile foundations of a country’s rule of law. Not surprisingly, that country is Turkey...
by André Vltchek | Updated at 10:45pm on November 18, 2016
SINCE the results of the latest presidential elections were announced, I am longing for silence, while the overwhelming cacophony of deafening noises is assaulting my ears, and in fact all my senses...
by Abdus Sattar Ghazali | Updated at 10:20pm on November 18, 2016
ABRUTAL anti-Muttahida Qaumi Movement military operation continues behind the smoke screen as electronic and print media has been barred from reporting the extra-judicial killings by the paramilitary forces in Karachi and elsewhere in the volatile Sindh province...
| Updated at 11:37pm on November 17, 2016
ATTACKS on minorities, religious and ethnic, have had an alarming increase in recent years. At least 250 Hindu houses and businesses and 35 family and community temples of minority groups have, as New Age..
| Updated at 11:34pm on November 17, 2016
AN EMPHASIS more on higher capacity building than on higher budgetary allocation for child-related initiatives, as the finance minister sought to hold brief for at the launch of a budget made easy for children of a sort, sounds to be a problematic proposition...
| Updated at 11:30pm on November 17, 2016
solid biomass can be converted in compressed natural gas that can be employed to run vehicles whereby the import bills, arising from petroleum imports, could be reduced to a huge extent, write Sakib Bin Amin and Muntasir Murshed..
| Updated at 11:24pm on November 17, 2016
YESTERDAY we told the story of a young Iraqi teenager who drowned after being forced into a river by British soldiers. His death wasn’t an isolated incident...
by Nisha Ali | Updated at 11:23pm on November 17, 2016
DURING Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, one image that did a series of rounds in print and social media is that of his wife Melania Trump lying nude on a bed, which she took for British GQ in 2000...
by Stephen F Minkin | Updated at 11:15pm on November 17, 2016
IWAS in Havana getting ready to check out of the historic Hotel Nacional when I learned about the election results. I was not surprised but deeply disheartened. I knew Hillary was a seriously flawed candidate vulnerable to messy questions about the Clinton’s finances and the questionable relationships that have developed out of the Clinton Foundation...
| Updated at 10:40pm on November 17, 2016
AWEEK into the demonetisation drive, we are in the midst of a painful transition. In a televised speech on November 13 delivered in Goa, the prime minister sought 50 days’ reprieve, though he did not tell us what exactly we should expect. Perhaps we are en route to a better state but in the interim we are left to ponder an unedifying transition...