Join hands or perish

The government, army and opposition must be on the same page if Pakistan is to survive as a viable entity. Published Nov 22, 2014 01:27am

Winter gas headaches

Fertiliser, power generation, CNG and industry all engage in a tussle to ensure that the burden of gas shortages Published Nov 20, 2014 01:09am

The issue is cronyism

The reason behind the empty posts is non-availability of the competent authority’s errand boy. Published Nov 20, 2014 01:09am


Trial ‘delay’

The decision would push PML-N to revisit its strategy for trying Gen. (retd) Musharraf. Updated Nov 22, 2014 06:31am

Accord with Russia

The defence pact between Russia and Pakistan is duly describe as ‘milestone’. It would bring the countries more closer. Updated Nov 22, 2014 08:08am

Sargodha deaths

Sargodha deaths should be a turning point towards overhaul of health system across the country. Updated Nov 22, 2014 08:06am

Terrorism rankings

In 2014, attacks have come down by 30pc, however, broad-spectrum steps are required to completely uproot terrorism. Updated Nov 21, 2014 10:16am

Unhealthy export

Pakistani authorities should heed the message from across the border and resolve the issues relating to drugs. Updated Nov 21, 2014 07:44am

Circular debt rises

Managing the power crisis on a day-to-day basis is a failed idea, the govt should take right actions to end the debt. Updated Nov 21, 2014 08:05am

Unease over PTI rally

Apparently the government has adopted strategy to disrupt PTI's November 30 rally, instead of addressing its demands. Updated Nov 20, 2014 07:10am


Who will save the justice system?

REFERENCE Babar Sattar’s article ‘Who will save the justice system?’ (Nov 17). Finally, someone from the legal... Published Nov 22, 2014 06:17am

Religious extremism

THE murder recently of an innocent Christian couple by a marauding band of religious fanatics was a vivid display ... Published Nov 22, 2014 06:17am

‘Misogynistic outrage’

THIS refers to the response by Zuha Badar Ansari on Nov 16 to the editorial ‘Misogynistic outrage’ (Nov 1). The... Published Nov 22, 2014 06:17am

Imran & ‘democracy’

IMRAN Khan, chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, has warned that that the government would pay a high price if... Published Nov 22, 2014 06:17am

Balochistan HEC office

Balochistan is the biggest province of Pakistan in terms of area where thousands of students get educational degrees... Published Nov 22, 2014 06:17am

Portraying Israel

THIS is apropos Bina Shah’s article ‘Fed on ideology’ (Nov 9). We all are aware of the incident at the... Published Nov 22, 2014 06:17am

Seeking Canadian visa

THIS is apropos Prof Khalid Hassan Mahmood’s letter ‘Canadian visa’ (Nov 10). Many years ago, I was in the US... Published Nov 22, 2014 06:17am