Frenzied mullahs can be a terrifying sight.
The season for shooting pheasant and partridge has started in England. Fancy quail for dinner?
Just consider how many thousands Baghdadi slaughtered.
The ummah’s response to the Uighurs’ plight is puzzling.
There is a saying that the mountains are the Kurds’ only friends.
It is estimated that only one in 200 Pakistanis pays income tax.
Is it time to try ‘non-meat meat’ for the sake of the environment?
Tolerance is fading across the world.
Saudis have pushed some 20m Yemenis close to death.
In the early 1950s, Karachi was relatively small, clean and safe.
Knee-jerk reactions hurt us as much as they do India.
A dash of salt can do wonders for your cooking, releasing flavours and ridding the dishes of blandness
The OIC has emerged as a toothless tiger.
There is only one top job in the army.
This slow-motion crash is entirely self-inflicted.
Populists see the opposition and the media as hurdles.
India’s current belligerence does not inspire confidence.
Reading about the spread of curries as a parallel to the movement of Indians as indentured labourers in many parts
An escalating crackdown on critical comment is under way.
It’s been a satisfying journey, apart from the occasional blip.