The writer teaches at the IT University in Lahore. He is the author of ‘A Princely Affair: The Accession and Integration of the Princely States of Pakistan, 1947-55.’ He tweets at @BangashYK.
The ancient monuments of Greece leave one with a strong sense of awe and a deep desire to interact more effectively with ancient civilisations
One of the fascinating cases during the partition of Punjab
The more nationalism is protected in Pakistan, the more fragile it becomes
The case of some Indian Christians who eventually chose East Punjab after the Partition
The first and by far the most significant intervention in the development of judiciary in Pakistan was presided over by Justice Cornelius
While Pakistan was being born and becoming independent, the Punjab was being partitioned
The fact that the Kartarpur Agreement has been signed despite tensions between India and Pakistan shows that there is still a chance for peace...
For Kashmiris, there is no difference between the ruthless Maharaja and the ‘democratic’ New Delhi
Clarifying some confusions about the proposed Christian Marriage and Divorce Act 2019
The lesson of the abrogation of Article 370 of the Indian Constitution is clear: the Indian state does not stand for the wishes of its people, but...