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EVERY AFTERNOON AT sunset, at a point midway along the arrow-straight road between Amritsar and Lahore, rival squads of splendidly unif...
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FOR TWO COUNTRIES so much at odds, India and Pakistan remain remarkably alike. When their national cricket teams clashed in June at the...
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Modi in victory mode “WE USED TO make fun of Indians,” recalls Deepak Perwani with a wistful grin. “They had no concept of a deodorant; ...
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RAJA UMAR KHATTAB speaks softly and carefully: “I would not say Karachi is a safe city, but it is better now than before.” Seven years ...
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MOVE OVER, DUBAI. Some day soon, cruise ships will disgorge frolicking pensioners not by the palm-fringed Persian Gulf but on the balmy Paki...
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LOUIS JOXE, THE French statesman who signed the peace agreement ending Algeria’s bloody war of independence, later reflected that it wa...
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Unquiet Jammu YOUNGER INDIANS AND Pakistanis tend to assume their countries were born enemies. Only the old recall that until their teen...
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ROCKERS ARE NO different from the rest of us: they, too, need to work for longer to maintain a decent standard of living in retirement....
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Easy once you know how NO MATTER HOW much lifespans are being stretched, the very last chapter is often grim. From the age of 80, in the...
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