One would rather have ‘do tanks’ comprising doers, and not just thinkers, to bring change that eludes us.
Pakistani economists assume that we need one Planning Commission to look after the entire nation. Here lies the problem.
A prudent move for Pakistan to confront terrorism: Protect mothers so that they can raise tolerant sons.
There are five million reasons for Nawaz Sharif and Najam Sethi to ignore cricket and focus on illiteracy in Pakistan.
Peace talks conducted by men who have not suffered at the hands of the Taliban does not hold a lot of promise.
The recent criticism of the Lahore Bus Rapid Transit system does disservice to this socio-political achievement.
While Shias are being targeted, Sunnis have not fared any better at the hands of the Taliban.
It all begins with one concerned citizen and a movement is born as a result.
It’s not just terrorist violence that puts Pakistan among the most violent places in the world.
The search for Planning Commission’s chief economist lingers while the premier body continues to plan without planners.
The challenge now is to spread the benefits of growth evenly over the diverse Indian socio-cultural and economic fabric.
While the Youth Business Loan Scheme appears to be well-intentioned, will the nation end up with billions in toxic debt?
The way to resolve the missing persons’ crisis in Pakistan is to address the judicial loopholes.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s fall from grace shows how quickly the pendulum may swing in the other direction.
A collective dialogue among Muslims that hasn't taken place in the last 1400 years is needed to resolve this conflict.
The Jamaat-e-Islami this time, has made a major error in judging the political mood in the country.
The story of urbanisation in Pakistan is the story of accidental, unplanned growth.
The unsung heroes of Pakistani journalism are those that faced threats and intimidation and still chose to stay.
The country has sped ahead of Pakistan and even India by halving hunger statistics.
The US is deemed a superpower. With a similar fiscal outlook, Pakistan though is in the dumps. What gives?