The government, army and opposition must be on the same page if Pakistan is to survive as a viable entity.
If Pakistan is to defeat terrorism, there are multiple fronts the civilian leaders have to deliver on.
Why should we be surprised that a Christian couple was mobbed, beaten and when nearly half-dead pushed...
When governance is in a shambles, one would have expected the opposition to hold the government to account.
Perish the thought that anybody will ever be held responsible for the disaster that has made the country ungovernable.
How can one be hopeful when for many young male Malala-haters it appears but a short hop to embracing IS-type ideology?
Every Mehrin Kauser, like every Malala Yousafzai, is a living testament to the failure of terrorism to break the...
We feel no need to reflect on what our individual contribution is towards the mess we are in today.
The most interesting choice and the one which will generate most speculation is that of Lt-Gen Rizwan Akhtar.
Whether it is Balochistan or Karachi or any other part of Pakistan, religious extremism and intolerance are now posing
In reverting to try its hand at nation-building, the army, or some elements in it, are giving the impression that...
The government’s inertia has pushed matters to where they stand today.
If political parties were talking to each other as they would in any democracy we would have had a lot of answers by now
Who else would be more at ease with seeing the ‘third force’ coming to their rescue than the Chaudhrys from Gujrat?
Imran was and is a fighter to the core. But he’s not one to admit he could also be wrong.
It is pointless for now to examine what ails the Muslim world, but it is worthwhile keeping Pakistan in our sights.
Where the Saudi royals are concerned, the best and finest destinations in the sand and sun category are for them.
From Imran Khan to those representing the PML-N, PPP and MQM, each one has excelled in the point-scoring exercise.
The picture is so confused that we don’t know whether it is steeped in hilarity or simply a tragedy.
There are elements in the defence forces that need serious reorientation training if there are to be lasting gains.