Alert Sign Dear reader, online ads enable us to deliver the journalism you value. Please support us by taking a moment to turn off Adblock on Dawn.com.

Alert Sign Dear reader, please upgrade to the latest version of IE to have a better reading experience

.

Asha’ar Rehman

Habits change at 49

As the party begins the 50th year of its life, there are calls that it must reorganise itself at the basic level. Published Dec 02, 2016 01:55am

Some more home truths

It is most certainly a manifesto that would leave the most debilitated slave with not a moment to contemplate rebellion. Updated Nov 25, 2016 10:44am

People versus corruption

What all is happening to reconfirm that ours is a normal functioning society? Published Nov 18, 2016 01:12am

Father, son, legacy

The PPP has spent the last many years vowing to reinvent itself behind Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari. These have been years Published Nov 11, 2016 01:15am

Newsmakers and dream-chasers

In a sense the big cities have fallen victim to the same rustlers’ syndrome they suspected the district correspondent Published Nov 04, 2016 01:00am

The scary part

There is a clear sense of desperation in Imran Khan’s voice — much of it because of the absence of an avenue Published Oct 28, 2016 01:37am

Workers’ moment of fame

Khurshid Shah has conveniently resumed his role, where he can criticise both the government and the PTI in the same Published Oct 21, 2016 12:52pm

Reassertions of the old

There’s this question about what causes the most respected pillar of the state to elaborate, or not to elaborate, Published Oct 14, 2016 01:31am

In the prime minister’s shoes

Let us celebrate the occasional emergence of the human face of our leader and his chief challenger for the job of this Published Oct 07, 2016 12:51pm

More intense times ahead

How many fights can the PTI pick and how many fronts should it open against old players within the system? Published Sep 30, 2016 01:42am

Lahore via Raiwind

The growing consensus about how the government is poised to complete its term is best reflected in how the PTI has lost Published Sep 23, 2016 01:14am

Well done, Anarkali

The mysterious, unyielding huddles which operated informally in Purani Anarkali not too long ago continue to be a source Published Sep 16, 2016 01:49am

The man who is the party

Work is now under progress to salvage the Muttahida from the enormous weight of its sole maker. Published Sep 09, 2016 01:12am

The tides of Jhelum

What Jhelum predicts is that the pace of alliances between the PTI and old families of influence is going to pick up. Published Sep 02, 2016 01:54am

Collision course

The LHC verdict has to be one of the most memorable moments in the lives of activists fighting for restraint... Published Aug 26, 2016 01:25am

The ‘unlikely’ parents

Lahoris are receptive to all kinds of accounts that are being dished out, and worried about the welfare of their Published Aug 19, 2016 02:23am

A perfect alibi

The logic is deceptively unassailable. How can they possibly fault the cruelty of another when they cannot identify Published Aug 12, 2016 12:48pm

The right to not disappear

How is the police file recording children’s disappearance different from a disappearance announcement made from Published Aug 05, 2016 06:32am