Holding politicians to the same standard as Pacman is literally the very least we should do.
The world has moved on, and Jamaat-i-Islami, still stuck in the past, doesn’t want to.
As winds of 'change' arrive in Sindh, Imran Khan must prepare to be more clear on several issues if he wants to succeed.
Imran should read up on Sindh's political struggles before suggesting Sindhis are devoid of any political sense.
The current deadlock is a case of game theory where the rewards are higher if both parties defect rather than cooperate.
Room for improvement in the Pakistan Foreign Service lies in the amount of trust we are willing to put in our diplomats.
On this day, Bhutto was arrested by Ayub Khan's regime. At that time, PPP was very different from the PPP of today.
Khan has descended in the fan's eyes from being a favourite to another struggling politician in just three months.
The current structure is plagued with deep-set problems which need an out-of-the-box solution, not superficial fixes.
The challenges that America faces abroad present far greater stakes than those at home.
It's a common belief that there are two kinds of govts in Pakistan: military and civilian. Actually, there is only one.
Imran Khan may not be a social reformer, but he's certainly a social arouser.
A look at the four major political movements in Pakistan that attempted to unseat a sitting government.
What we have in Pakistan are three groups of elite whose realignment forces changes in our form of governance.
I belong to your motherland – Sindh. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, do you have a dream to offer to the people of your land?
A look at the country's major leaders and functionaries going about their business of running the state.
All the govt can do now before the 'political correction' exercise is a few PR stints to save face till the next polls.
Bringing you some of the most critical (and often musical) new developments on the political front.
Oh, the horror at the thought of a division of the country! No. It’s nothing as horrible as they would have us think.
Imran Khan is an Oxford graduate. Just give him a chance to become our Prime Minister and see how Pakistan progresses.
The road to political glory for Bilawal lies in winning the hearts and minds lost to PPP's abysmal performance.