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Salman Taseer

Winds Of Hatred

Mar 02, 2011 B. Raman

At a time when winds of change have been sweeping across many Islamic countries with calls for greater freedom and democracy, the plague of hate has claimed one more fatal victim in Pakistan

The Spreading Roots Of Extremism

Jan 06, 2011 B. Raman

The assassination of Salman Taseer is even more worrisome than the brutal assassination of Benazir Bhutto because of the mixed reactions that it has evoked in Pakistan.


Blasphemy In Pious Land

It is un-Muslim to be a liberal. That is the message that Qadri and those behind him in the conspiracy (if there was a larger conspiracy) have sought to convey

A Killing In Ferozewala

Jun 03, 2010 C.M. Naim

I first read the news on January 6: “Ahmadi leader shot dead in Ferozewala,” and “Victim’s son claims police took no action despite being intimated about threats”...


Pakistan, Act I

What one saw on March 16 was only the end of Act I of the political drama in Pakistan. Act II could start over the issue of the abolition of the special powers of the President. Pakistan is in for a spell of weak and manipulative leadership

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