Karachi, which many saw as the only ‘real’ city in Pakistan through the 1960s, now presents a picture of neglect.
Some tension is to be expected as both the government and its ‘subordinate’ institution work towards a new equilibrium.
Surely to turn around a Titanic headed for certain disaster it takes time.
IN these tough, uncertain times, some days you’ll wake up feeling inexplicably optimistic. This is one of those...
The Kashmir issue may be the trigger for desperation but much of this pressure has been brought on by Pakistan itself.
While the conduct of many PML-N leaders may make them look like political jokers,
The fight against the self-styled Islamic State needs to be seen as part of the enormous jigsaw puzzle of global
With a political party such as the MQM, the psy-war element has proved far more complicated.
History is replete with instances where sycophants can do the sort of debilitating damage to a leader that his or her
All the media needs to do to serve society and fulfil its role is to have an unflinching commitment to the truth
Civil-military consensus on the issue would be sweet music to many ears in Pakistan.
Media as an opinion-maker is a term one has often heard. However, a reputable journalist has coined the term
Brahmdagh Bugti is seen as a man whose word, as a major leader, has counted a lot in the battle for Baloch rights.
The sort of jihad Hameed Gul stood for discredited the Kashmiri liberation movement and led to death and destruction for
Politicians present themselves not just as a soft but an inviting target.
It is time for the MQM’s London-based leader to understand what the winds of change blowing across the country mean.
Does Malik Ishaq’s killing indicate the final act of abandonment of the ‘good Taliban, bad Taliban’ policy?
Troops in full battle gear against lush mountain background make for fantastic TV images.
One point of view is that sane journalism creates its own audience and it is up to the media practitioners to ensure...
In an environment where ‘moderate’ Muslim community leaders have been marginalised, the future doesn’t look rosy.