Helping the social outcast

According to a report, families of 40 women released from prison rejected them and they are now forced to live in a shelter run by the Ministry of Social Affairs.

CIA torture: Is it time to move on?

When somebody says it is time to move on, it means there is something deeply embarrassing that they don’t want to discuss in public.

Hezbollah, not IS, is the problem in Lebanon

Some thought that the arrest of Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi’s ex-wife and daughter in Lebanon was the weapon that would finally force the most famous terrorist in the world to kneel.

It’s now Modi versus the rest

The opposition in Indian politics was decimated, mauled, pulped after the April-May general elections.

A gambit gone wrong

Two questions are haunting the masses and political analysts in Pakistan: Are the days of the Bhutto dynasty over?

The cover controversy

It is baffling why the Indian media is up in arms over Time magazine not considering Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as their cover page “Man of the year.”

GCC’s historic turning point

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Summit taking place in Doha, Qatar, is one of the most crucial in its 33-year history, coming as it does in the wake of unprecedented tension and upheaval in the reg

The success story of UAE

A few years ago, many frequent flyers traveling on westbound flights from Australian airports noticed that whenever they would log on to Australia’s travel websites, they would see advertisements of a

Living in the Drone Age

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently released a report detailing more than 190 safety incidents involving drones and commercial aircraft. In response, Sen.

In the twilight zone

Long before Monday’s fracas in Faisalabad, it ought to have been clear to all and sundry that little good was likely to flow from Plan C of Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI), and the party

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