The Law should deal only with crime and leave sin as a matter between man and his Maker.
The attack on the Canadian Parliament will change Canada in more ways than the assailant may have originally intended.
Pakistan must break free of the control of State monopolies and private oligopolies. Enter Professor Jean Tirole.
Why did a 100-strong youth in Toronto pour over challenges in a country located thousands of miles away?
Feeding lies to children about an imagined past or a utopian future will not do well for Pakistan.
Singing Pharrell Williams' song, Happy should not constitute a crime with 91 lashes in punishment anywhere.
Not much is left in politics if hope and innocence are not part of the equation.
From Bin Laden to Al-Baghdadi, it appears the West has yet to learn from its past mistakes of sponsoring militants.
Pakistan desperately needs political and economic stability to deal with the astronomical challenges at hand.
It’s not just about dams. Water scarcity poses an existential threat to Pakistan.
When society fails to deliver on social justice, chaos ensues.
Fearless civil servants, who won't shy from writing the dissenting note, are needed more so today than ever before.
They don't have a passport, currency or foreign policy. In the world of nation-states, Palestinians are nobodies.
What should the parents who lost children either in Gaza or in Gujranwala do with their surviving children on Eid?
Can civil servant Dr Munir Sheikh's countrymen back home learn from him?
Should the IDPs settle down in ‘settled’ areas to engage a large population in conflict-free livelihoods?
If drone strikes are so vital to the US counterterrorism strategy, why isn't there an ex-post evaluation of the policy.
Many a victim in terrorism-stricken Pakistan have died along roadsides because onlookers do not help.
EIU recently released its business-environment rankings for 2014, placing Pakistan at 74 out of 82 countries.
Iraq has descended into a full-blown civil war. If the conflict spills over, Pakistan can get into even more trouble.