The people have been more faithful to their democratic ideals than their rulers.
The authorities are determined to shut heritage sites from public view and even to see them reduced to rubble.
Pakistanis need to be extremely careful in responding to political developments in India.
There will be intense tussles among the political parties to win over the independents.
The damage caused by a natural calamity must not be aggravated by human folly
The women activists condemned the evils of patriarchy and the callousness of the ‘wadera’.
The biggest threat to honest elections comes from public servants chosen to conduct the process.
Attacks on civil society should be seen in the context of deviations from the democratic norms of governance.
A critical look at the farm package will show that the worst-off small owners are unlikely to get much benefit.
The people expect the prime minister not only to protect himself but also the democratic structure.
Who doesn’t know that education is now a commodity that people can buy in proportion to their means?
In Pakistan it is common to denounce the slightest dissent from a state policy as treason.
Several questions were asked in the aftermath of the conflict.
Due attention is not paid to ways of fighting the culture of poll manipulation.
The UN committee’s request for the submission of a core document has again been ignored.
The Kasur outrage has exposed some of the main causes of the malfunctioning of the state.
The state has never managed to do its duty by those incapable of fending for themselves.
The ideal of making elections a truly democratic exercise is still far away.
Pakistan, Iran and India must accept that the security cover N-bombs are supposed to provide is illusory.
Karachi needs a local government of a higher level of efficiency and honesty than any other part of Sindh.