A frail young woman defiantly looked the military dictator in the eye and told him what she thought of him, regardless
There is a complicated agenda the new chief has to start addressing practically within hours of his elevation.
The situation is such that whoever replaces Gen Raheel Sharif will not be allowed a long settling-in period.
Some observers are right to ask if the apex court is not overstretching itself but in this environment many eyes are
Such labels are silly and non-productive. All our hearts beat for our country.
As Gen Raheel Sharif reaches his final four weeks in office there are calls for him to intervene by frustrated
One can’t abandon the truth for therein lies the salvation of our country and the path to a plural society.
The proceedings of the meeting did not make global headlines. The travel ban on the reporter did.
A government besieged by a scandal can afford to play hardball with the military only up to an extent.
The dark thoughts on display on one side of the border bring out the darkest thoughts on the other side as well.
India killing its own soldiers no matter what the gain sounds implausible as does Pakistan engineering the attack.
The ‘scuffle’ between the Motorway Police and army personnel was recorded.
Meeting deadlines can be a huge challenge, especially when a blaze consumes your environs.
What the Baloch see as a burning issue ie disappearances, has more or less been ‘disappeared’ from the media.
There is no doubt that the man whose word was the law on the streets of Karachi will never again be a shadow of his
One hopes Modi’s remarks do not spur our security apparatus to the point where it journeys out of the pan ...
While raising concerns about RAW’s alleged involvement in terrorism, Pakistan should be looking at a holistic solution.
Many Kashmiris stress that when they say ‘azadi’ they mean both from India and Pakistan.
If he was actually guilty of a violation of the law, why couldn’t charges be filed and an arrest effected as per the
Qandeel was a woman of substance and ‘honour’. One need only read or watch interviews of her mother and disabled father