Until the death penalty is phased out in Pakistan, a moratorium on capital punishment is the best alternative.
Pakistan blames Afghanistan. Afghanistan blames Pakistan. Violence on both sides of the Pak-Afghan border continues.
Appointment of Shahid Afridi as the new T20 skipper has been widely hailed by cricketing circles across the country.
Is the govt thinking of sharply increasing the number of vehicles running on CNG after this decision is implemented?
Taken as a principled stand, it must have felt good even if it wasn’t an earth-shattering victory.
The desire to flee violence and persecution, as well as seeking greener pastures, often leads to desperate steps.
Both the government and its opponents, the PTI and PAT, seem more interested in taking aim at each other.
A “complex tapestry of relations” that is being woven in the region ever since India’s new prime minister was elected.
An automobile show brought together some 500 stately ladies of the mechanical kind at the Expo Centre.
It’s been two years since the ban, and everyone seems to have forgotten.
In certain national security circles, the renunciation of violence by Punjabi Taliban will be greeted with satisfaction.
An America-led coalition to take on the Islamic State (IS) is now a reality.
To the Sheikh Rashids and Shujaat Hussains of the political class, this is surely a setback.
The participants include those inducted to teachers’ posts by the Sindh government’s previous education minister.
Millions upon millions have been poured into the initiative and in much of the world, the virus has been eradicated.
Large parts of the country stand inundated. And yet again, disaster management authorities have been caught napping.
Tracing the origins of the problem suggests that the military is either in denial or is unable to do much about it.
The use of natural gas, a vehicular fuel, has turned into a racket from which there seems to be no extrication.
THE spectre of sectarian killing continues to haunt Karachi.
AS Operation Zarb-i-Azb in North Waziristan enters its fourth month, has army chief Gen Raheel Sharif hinted that ...