Since 2013, Nawaz’s party has bagged crucial votes by responding to the liberal populace’s needs.
Nadeem F. Paracha
The party was founded in 1967 by the iconic Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
The current questioning about what should Pakistan’s narrative be echoes a debate from 30 years ago.
The US established relations with Pakistan in 1947, even though it wasn’t quite sure exactly where Pakistan was.
As the white majority abandons its principles, there is a golden opportunity for Pakistan.
It took award-winning geniuses to crack it.
What drove Khattak to use a bygone Pakhtun nationalist rhetoric and what might be the repercussions?
Some really big changes are on their way. NFP outlines just a few.
How the All-India Muslim League fast-tracked its demand for a separate state.
The most recent developments have added a new twist to the tale.
Why are we indifferent to terrorism, violence, child abuse but applaud initiatives that make us feel morally superior?
Dawn, the much preferred media group to receive sensitive leaks, has become privy to yet another sensational leak.
How life came full circle for a friend from Egypt.
Secular liberal fascists in both India and Pakistan have for long been distorting the history of the region.
People latch on to vague symbolic banalities in politicians’ speeches, giving them meanings
Let’s explore Karachi’s coastline as it stands today – years after it was first dotted by obscure fishing villages.
Theological explanations for partition are becoming equally popular in India
ISI-trained pigeon's involvement in nefarious activities revealed.
Messiahs often arrive from the military as panaceas but their end is often inglorious.
This whole India-Pakistan thing is getting comical.