GEN Raheel Sharif has warned that the “contours of future wars” in the region are changing, presumably referring...
IMRAN Khan has once again threatened to take to the streets. The reason this time, he says, is the government’s...
CALL it ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’, as the Americans have notoriously done, or gloss over it entirely,...
There is a need to consider the basis of the outside world’s concerns regarding Pakistan.
Europe has been the beacon of cooperative values and inclusive politics for more than half a century.
Radio Pakistan’s old building should be restored to its former glory.
Police are still trying to establish the perpetrators’ identity and their motive.
The decision to grant the seminary state funds should be revisited as it sets a negative precedent.
Mainstream media and law enforcement can do much to improve their initial reactions to every such event.
Geography is making us prisoner of our fears rather than setting us free to engage and grow.
The police seem to believe that prima facie ransom is not the objective.
There are only an estimated 6,000 snow leopards left in the world.
Almost 39pc of the country’s population lives in poverty, if we go by the headcount.
Unless mayoral elections are held forthwith, more divisive rhetoric can be expected in Sindh.
The number of refugees and internally displaced people worldwide reached a record 65.3m at the end of last year.
The provincial budget and its myriad dysfunctions reflect all that ails Balochistan.
To improve food safety in the long run, the provincial and municipal bodies must lead the campaign.
The NSG race does not portend well for Pakistan.
MORE than 50 US State Department officials have come up with a dangerous suggestion to end the brutal Syrian civil...
SECRET funds of government departments — opaque, unaudited, discretionary and historically prone to abuse — has...