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.
A feminist to the core, Bano was always ready to join the women’s fight for their rights.
Changes in personal names throw light on the puritans’ bid to dominate the faithful.
Pakistanis have a long history of learning what is wrong in their country from the international media.
We cannot afford to move against the current for recognition of civil society’s right to confront the state.
In India, they now call themselves Dalits and Pakistan too should recognise them by a non-derogatory title.
Pakistan’s leaders and media should ponder the thinking behind Modi’s obviously calculated oratory.
There is complete consensus that Saturday’s poll was grossly mismanaged.
The discovery of mass graves in Malaysia and Thailand has accentuated the migrants’ tale of suffering.
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.