Brahamdagh’s decision to seek refuge in India has closed all doors for a political solution.
In this battle of glibness, democracy suffers as everyone’s patriotism is called into question.
Altaf Hussain may have been wounded but he has certainly survived any detonating of the ‘suicide vest’.
It is most intriguing how the rumour about a mere proposal was circulated and politicised.
The Quetta bombing has brought the military leadership and the government on the same page.
The presence of all kinds of militant groups makes Balochistan’s terror maze more complex.
Few in Pakistani politics could match Mairaj Mohammad Khan in public speaking when he was in his prime.
Will the new chief minister be allowed to take his own decisions, or will he be a mere figurehead?
The danger of the military striking back has not gone away as Erdogan consolidates his power.
The philanthropist would have preferred to have made his last journey on the shoulders of ordinary people.
The profiles of the Dhaka restaurant killers and those involved in Karachi’s Safoora bus carnage are similar.
The KP government’s funding of a radical seminary raises questions about the PTI’s adherence to NAP.
His illness may have given him temporary relief but the prime minister’s problems are far from over.
What is most appalling is that the tragedy in Orlando is being used to generate hatred.
China set aside its disputes with other countries in order not to deviate from its main focus on the economy.
Nawaz Sharif is neither Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto nor Benazir Bhutto, who took a deep interest in global affairs.
Mullah Mansour’s death has further exposed the confusion in Pakistan’s Afghan policy.
Political gamesmanship in the National Assembly has further deepened the political crisis.
Law-enforcement agencies are not expected to resort to the same methods as criminals and terrorists.
With the Panama scandal still unfolding, one is not sure how far this grouping of disparate political forces can go.