It was the callous attitude of an inept provincial regime that was responsible for the suffering in Karachi.
The current stand-off in Sindh is more than just the issue of worsening civil-military relations.
Whatever happens next, the survival of the Sindh government is now at stake.
A flaw in our approach towards terrorism is that we have focused entirely on military action.
The Afghan president has warned of reversing his policy of outreach if Pakistan failed to deliver.
A reason for the escalation in attacks on civilians could be to destabilise the government in the province.
The former Sindh home minister has proved a big attraction in this country’s theatre of the absurd.
While the militants operate freely, the space for moderate and saner voices is shrinking fast.
One child died on the spot whereas the second who was rushed to Civil Hospital Ghotki succumbed to his injuries.
The Qatar meeting shows there are some signs of flexibility in the Afghan Taliban’s approach.
Sabeen Mahmud’s killing is another reminder of how we are losing space for liberty and freedom of speech.
Whatever the outcome of the by-election, the MQM appears to be on the back foot.
Nawaz Sharif's reluctance to appoint a full-time foreign minister is most intriguing.
The lack of a clear policy has placed Pakistan in an awkward diplomatic tangle.
Many party insiders admit the family differences may keep the young Bhutto out of active politics for quite some time.
Any decision to take sides in the Yemen conflict will have disastrous consequences for Pakistan.
The realignment of forces has produced strange bedfellows, underscoring the region’s complexity.
Prisoners on death row are never heard making public statements and that too via video camera. It was extremely...
The revival of the Afghan Taliban as a powerful insurgent force should not come as a surprise.
The erasure of a major archaeological site by the IS should serve as a wakeup call.