There is no record of the way scores of libraries in the cities and towns of Pakistan were ravaged.
Unprecedented in our electoral history is the JI chief’s defence of women’s disenfranchisement.
Each time a good Pakistani is felled, the wounds caused by the killing of others are reopened.
While the MQM’s margin of victory was quite impressive, the party cannot conceal its problems.
The authors of cybercrime bill have tried to mislead the public by using Article 19 to cover up their gag plan.
The LUMS incident raises several issues related to human rights.
The Rules of Business pay little attention to the decision-making processes in the realm of external relations.
Shouldn’t we introspect before assuming an impossible-looking role in lands we do not know well enough?
The absence of the left makes the government vulnerable to pressures from the extreme right.
What is the hitch in creating a statutory commission to deal with minorities’ problems?
That economic progress depends on the judicious use of our land resources is self-evident.
The government cannot continue to disregard the countrywide protests of labour organisations.
Literary festivals can bring the two estranged cousins, India and Pakistan, closer together.
Lawmakers must not adopt laws that deny the citizens their right to due process.
The new Sri Lankan president has promised a complete overhaul of the state apparatus.
The US president’s decision to court Modi is consistent with Washington’s attitude towards India.
The idea that teachers should be given arms is not only ridiculous it is also dangerous.
Madressahs must be ready to accept the principle of regular audit of their accounts.
More important than technical flaws in the expressway project is the extent of dislocation it will cause.
Governments that ignore their party base insulate themselves against the public.