Pakistan Today | 20 March, 2017 BY IMADUDDIN AHMED “India” should be a shared nomenclature between the Republic of India and Pakistan Disputes over the Indus waters divide the Republic of India and Pakistan. There is talk of talks … Continue reading What’s in a name?
Pakistan Today | Dec 9, 2015 By Imaduddin Ahmed In 44 years, the state of Pakistan has failed to make an official apology for the war crimes committed by its armed forces against the people of Bangladesh in 1971. … Continue reading Crowd-sourcing an apology to Bangladesh
by Imaduddin Ahmed The Friday Times | 24 March, 2006 For expatriates, cricket represents a tangible symbol of being Pakistani and gives hope that better times lie ahead [newer version] I grew up in England, yet I never felt ‘English’. I was born in Lahore but emigrated months after via San Francisco to England, where I would live the next 18 years, before returning to the San Francisco Bay Area for university. “To be born English is to win first prize in the lottery of life,” colonialist Cecil Rhodes once asserted. Not born English, but naturalised as a Brit at … Continue reading Playing to the homesick crowd