Are the voters in India more responsive to change than the ones in Pakistan?
One can be sure that however ignitable the BJP may be, it understands exactly what fire can and cannot do.
THE prime minister recently announced that the population census will be held this year. The last population census...
More astounding than the politicians are their supporters, who do not bother about the falsehood of political discourse.
IN the latest twist to the ongoing saga of local government elections, the provincial governments are refusing to...
The hanging of a leader of Bangladesh’s banned Jamaat-e-Islami appears to be a political myopia.
THE Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is cracking under pressure; the scale of the task of organising local...
The year must be 2015 or later as everyone referred to the foreign forces in the past tense.
History does not repeat itself. If ever it looks like it’s stuck in a rut and moving in circles, do take a closer.
The most strongly held yet highly erroneous perception is that ‘an exemplary punishment’ deters prospective criminals.
Billions are invested in election campaigns to inject notions of hope. There is a global pattern to this disappointment.
Why would a country facing grave economic crises at home, be hell bent on inviting more trouble abroad?
"It all happened right in front of everyone's eyes, yet nobody dared to stop the murderer."
How could the two types of Sindhis, Indian and Pakistani, stand at two such extreme poles?
The only function of the minaret was to elevate the moazin but loudspeakers have made them unnecessary.
It's misleading, even dangerous, that romanticisation of liberalism is mistaken as an alternative ideology in Pakistan.
What is disappointing for me is that the PTI is not only the change it had promised to be, it isn't any change at all.
Sadly, the main ECP strategy to address practical problems is to brush them under the carpet and refuse information.
No voters are overtaken by their emotions when casting votes. Stay calm. The election game remains as it was earlier.
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