Defence Minister Khawaja Asif’s clarification was as clear as any could have been.
A new line of attack is now in evidence to put further pressure on the London-based MQM leader.
That in Round One, the Rangers came out on top could be seen in their aggressive stance in a number of areas.
Pakistan can either play to its strengths and contribute positively or succumb to the temptation of being ...
Journalists in Pakistan are reticent about naming and shaming colleagues who have strayed from the path of ethical
So-called religious leaders who spew venom and hate at will are still free to do so.
The Peshawar mosque attack has pushed into the background the faint hope evidenced earlier in the week.
If the current state of affairs owed itself only to civilian politicians one could look for hope elsewhere. ...
Alas, we have done so. Kept snakes in our backyard. And now they are attacking us.
When we aren’t cognisant, look what happens. Horrors are visited and our children are targeted and slaughtered.
We have been too scared or too conveniently indifferent to a snowballing ideology of toxic hate, of murder and mayhem.
The military leadership seems to be ahead of anyone else in the game.
Any selective implementation of the law will be frowned upon and water down the credibility of the state.
NAP seems like a sensible document. The only reservation is that it calls for the setting up of military courts.
For far too long, we as individuals have learned to find comfort and solace in muted protest.
An indication of change will be visible if Pakistan facilitates contacts between Kabul and the Afghan Taliban.
Rather than play on the front foot, the PPP has left the ground wide open for the PTI to slam PML-N.
The episode of the madressah girls speaks volumes for state failure at multiple levels.
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.