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Komail Aijazuddin The Indian Express Group

Komail Aijazuddin-

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Waar and peace

Monday 18 November '13

A Pakistani blockbuster with mountains, terrorists and RAW agents who like to dance
Pakistan 2.0

Tuesday 21 May '13

There were glitches, and false tsunamis. And wicked ironies in the results.
PPP and Baby B

Tuesday 9 April '13

In Pakistan, conspiracy theories are often less surprising than the truth
Literature and longing in Lahore

Wednesday 27 February '13

The Lahore Literary Festival was a watershed moment. Now that it’s over, the energy and intensity it conjured have nowhere to go
The Khan at the airport

Friday 8 February '13

Shah Rukh’s Khan’s article was a self-deprecating and funny account of an uncomfortable but real condition
His magical misery tour

Monday 24 December '12

India is unhappy with Rehman Malik’s recent visit. But, at least, India had him only for three days
Offence is easy

Monday 17 September '12

But blasphemy, which involves taking offence on someone else’s behalf, is a bewildering concept
A bird, a plane, an ostrich

Thursday 9 August '12

Samosa prices, avian classifications and the London Games are keeping Pakistan’s court and assembly distracted
It’s all in the name

Thursday 5 July '12

The unfortunate Surjeet-Sarabjeet mess was created by TV news, but India’s unfamiliarity with Pakistan can produce some hilarious errors

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