India-Pakistan talk on Twitter Space is like your desi roadside accident crowd. Two men ram motorbikes into each other, 100 gather just to see kya chal raha hai.
Can all Pakistanis who stand for Kashmir every Friday afternoon for half an hour sit down now?
Pakistan’s official entry to the Oscars, 'Zindagi Tamasha', can’t be seen by Pakistanis — even after two years of fights, cases, and protests.
The pigeons and monkeys who spent their lives spying for Pakistan and India have been challenged by China-made balloons. How’s that for a two-front war?
'Ghabrana nahin hai' is a lot like Aamir Khan's 'all is well' Except there is no promise of 'well' in sight.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has called it 'a sorrowful day for democracy in Pakistan'. This is a moment where you are either with Imran Khan or against him.
No one in Pakistan would have discussed Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s Covid-hairstyle or beard, but then he is not the most-favoured-neighbour of ours.
Memes are the new confidence-building measures between two nuclear foes who are not talking. With pawri, Pakistanis are saying: ghar mein ghus ke laughter se maara.
There will never be an end to Pakistan’s Kashmir policy. Even if it means the only talks it can hold is with itself.
It could be Pakistan’s year of the cow, and why not? After all, the cow is its last hope to come out of the economic mess.