What’s going on with these affluent few? Their actions have shown a ruthlessness and bloodlust that normal people would
The pound has fallen from a selling price of Rs154.6 before the Brexit to Rs143.
It would be a colossal mistake to believe that Pakistan will be immune to the large-scale changes that have just been
The most recent provincial budgets just announced are a good opportunity to assess how far the provinces have come down
Once you politicise the numbers enough you open the door to a truly monstrous babble of fools.
Why can’t our politicians see their own travel abroad for medical purposes as evidence of the dire need to improve ...
Whatever the budget tomorrow contains, there are two crucial areas where we can already say it will fall woefully short.
ONE of the principal developments of this financial year is the winding down of the military operation in North...
The moment when sanctions were lifted on Iran was the time to make a grand gesture.
The best reforms are those that enhance the ability of the state to target previously hidden revenue bases.
Khan's brother, wife, and two daughters are all shown as owners of a company registered in the Bahamas.
In an environment of weak enforcement and high levels of informality, firms can inflate their costs or conceal some of
Of the 259 Pakistani names revealed thus far in the second release of the data, only a fraction are political figures.
Some corporate lawyers are not convinced with the argument that the scandal can't be probed under the country'a law.
Sartaj Aziz’s statement that Pakistan can buy its fighter planes from elsewhere is pulling on a delicate thread.
There is no shortage of ways for powerful people to acquire ill-gotten wealth in this country.
The fact is Zardari did recover and so will Sharif. And they both know it. Hence the smug confidence.
The cost of doing politics in Pakistan has risen very sharply since the transition to civilian rule in 1988.
What is left is the endgame, and this is the trickiest part of the entire operation.
Why does terrorism seem so much more frightening today than it did back then?