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OPINION

The Thucydides trap

American military moves to contain China have become more robust and overt in recent months. Published Jul 24, 2016 05:19am

The big Afghan bet

It’s on Afghanistan that Raheel has invested a great deal of time and energy. And it’s on Afghanistan that he’s made Published Jul 24, 2016 05:19am

The Turkish coup

Turkey, unlike Pakistan, has a leader who can in a crisis summon the people, including his political opponents. Updated Jul 23, 2016 10:12am

Murder most foul

Qandeel was a woman of substance and ‘honour’. One need only read or watch interviews of her mother and disabled father Published Jul 23, 2016 03:37am

Situation resolved

Qandeel Baloch might have been under the impression that she could prolong the confrontation she had picked with Published Jul 22, 2016 01:26am
EDITORIAL

PM’s task

AFTER weeks — months, really — of speculation, it was a reassuring signal: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif chairing ... Published Jul 24, 2016 05:20am

‘Closure’ of schools

PAKISTAN is in a tough spot. More specifically, a complication has resulted from the country’s close relationship... Published Jul 24, 2016 05:20am

Property valuations

The flaw in the govt’s approach is that it appears to see everything through the prism of short-term revenue generation. Published Jul 23, 2016 03:37am

AJK elections

The new government will have to tackle several issues, including unemployment, which is considerable in the region. Published Jul 23, 2016 03:37am

Cleaning up Karachi

There is no quick fix for such a prolonged dereliction of duty that has reduced Karachi to a vast, urban slum. Published Jul 23, 2016 03:37am

Foreign policy and parliament

PM, his cabinet with the backing of parliament and in consultation with the military can try and chart a new course. Updated Jul 22, 2016 02:50am

Foreign policy and parliament

PM, his cabinet with the backing of parliament and in consultation with the military can try and chart a new course. Updated Jul 22, 2016 02:50am
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Growing old with declining health

NOW 70pc of the world’s older population lives in developed and developing countries. By 2025, 80pc of them will ... Published Jul 24, 2016 06:49am

PM’s question hour

THE British parliament holds a weekly session, Prime Minister’s Questions. As the name suggests, the PM takes... Published Jul 24, 2016 06:49am

Citizens & airports

I AM a senior citizen who embarked from Islamabad airport with my wife on July 15 July for the USA. The purpose of... Published Jul 24, 2016 06:49am

Training judges

THE Chief Justice of Lahore High Court has sent 22 judges of the district judiciary to the Punjab Judicial Academy... Published Jul 24, 2016 06:49am

Obama on drones

President Obama’s counterterrorism speech at National Defense University left many questions unanswered on ... Published Jul 24, 2016 06:49am

CNIC re-verification

APROPOS the report ‘CNIC re-verification hit by major technical snag’ (July 18). If you send your CNIC on 8008,... Published Jul 24, 2016 06:49am

Magneto-kinetics

APROPOS your news report (‘Breakthrough’ in magneto-kinetics, July 6). Your correspondent writes about a... Published Jul 24, 2016 06:49am
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