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OPINION

Sea fever

China is following the tradition of Great Powers ignoring rulings. Published Jul 25, 2016 01:48am

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
EDITORIAL

Carnage in Kabul

KABUL is bleeding again and the mosaic of terror that Afghanistan has to contend with has become yet more... Published Jul 25, 2016 01:48am

Failing the refugees

ACCORDING to a recent Oxfam report, Pakistan hosts 1.56 million refugees — the fourth highest number in the world.... Published Jul 25, 2016 01:48am

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

Bloodshed in Europe

A SPATE of attacks over the past few days has left Europe reeling. Starting with the Bastille Day rampage in Nice in... 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

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
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Edhi made Pakistan proud

TWENTY-FIVE years ago a man called Abdus Sattar Edhi literally dug his own grave and was laid to rest with full ... Published Jul 25, 2016 06:40am

Sindh government

THE PPP has been in power in Sindh for the last eight years and every civic amenity in Karachi and Sindh’s ... Published Jul 25, 2016 06:40am

Rangers’ mandate

THIS is apropos your editorial ‘Ranger’s mandate’( July 22). Even though relations between the Rangers and the... Published Jul 25, 2016 06:40am

Awais’s recovery

RECENTLY Awais Ali Shah, son of the chief justice of the Sindh High Court, was recovered in Khyber Pakhtukhwa. The... Published Jul 25, 2016 06:40am

PTCL service

I ENDORSE the views expressed by a PTCL subscriber in these columns (July 17) about PTCL carelessness towards... Published Jul 25, 2016 06:40am

Afghan DPs’ return

THIS is apropos the report ‘Afghan refugees ready to return but seek guarantees’ ( July 21). The nerve-breaking... Published Jul 25, 2016 06:40am

Words and deeds

‘DEMOCRACY is the best revenge.’ Blizzard bombard our ears daily. Orators of these well-crafted statements... Published Jul 25, 2016 06:40am
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