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  • The Paris-Pindi Connection

    By Mahim Maher

    3 weeks ago

    The manhunt for the French terrorists had barely ended when more violence was being reported—in Pakistan.

    As I waited for a flight back home from the US, I watched BBC and CNN reporting the hunt for the two Muslim men accused of killing 12 people at French magazine Charlie... read on

  • Pakistan, Peshawar

    By Mahim Maher

    December 19, 2014 | 11:00 pm

    Pakistan has started hanging convicted terrorists after the prime minister lifted the moratorium on executions in place since 2008. His decision came a day after the Pakistani Taliban slaughtered 141 people, including 132 children, in a seven-hour long siege of an army school in... read on

  • Good Malala, bad Malala

    By Mahim Maher

    October 14, 2014 | 12:24 am

    We are giving a famous and well-respected foreign journalist a tour of the newsroom’s art department. He stares at the screen where one of our guys is working on art for our BIG MALALA LEDE.

    “‘Gee, getting shot was the best thing that ever happened to me’… you guys should put... read on

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  • Dying unsudden

    By Mahim Maher

    August 24, 2014 | 1:07 pm

    My grandmother is dying. We take turns waiting at her bedside in the ICU. I ferry relatives back and forth for their shifts to the house and back to the hospital. It struck me that not only was there a limbo on the national front—two major groups are holding sit-in protests to... read on

  • Will Pakistan’s govt fall today?

    By Mahim Maher

    August 14, 2014 | 1:01 am

    Today, Aug 14, is Pakistan’s 68th birthday but instead of celebrating we’re wondering if we’ll have a government by the end of the day.

    Two anti-government forces are trying to march on the capital of Islamabad to get the prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, to resign. Pakistanis are... read on

  • A bullet waiting for us all in Karachi

    By Mahim Maher

    August 4, 2014 | 2:46 am

    I was robbed at gunpoint this week in Karachi. I don’t really want to write about this because the repetitive telling of the story or externalization of the experience feels as if it will give it another life—numb its essence or fetishize it.

    I’ve worked as a journalist in... read on

  • Asking the Qur’an

    By Mahim Maher

    June 6, 2014 | 7:53 am

    I was born in London and from 1976 to 1984 I thought I was a Christian. I know the Lord’s Prayer, which remains one of my favourites till today. Whenever I am sick or someone I love is sick, I get down on my knees with Head Nurse Maria at South City Hospital where my father works... read on

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