“India” should be a shared nomenclature between Bharat and Pakistan Sixty-nine years after independence, Pakistanis still grapple with what it means to be Pakistani. Often, we define ourselves by what we are not – Indian. While respecting existing state boundaries, this is exactly wrong. Pakistanis are Indian. Millennia ago, Persians and Greeks corrupted the local … Continue reading
Qadri’s march and Supreme Court announcement a coincidence or a military plot to take over Pakistan?
Hours ago, the Supreme Court of Pakistan ordered the arrest of the Prime Minister on corruption allegations. Meanwhile, across the street, Tahir ul Qadri, a Canadian cleric returned to Pakistan, is leading an 80-100k strong protest, calling for the overhaul of the government on the basis of its corruption. In the interim, he is calling … Continue reading