Danish Siddiqui represented the best in journalism at a time when all kinds of charlatans have invaded the profession.
So much blood has been shed, with very few families in the Baloch heartland unaffected by tragedy.
Pakistan’s hopes that the Taliban will always be a trusted ally who will pay heed to Islamabad’s concerns are long gone.
Communities are assisted in building infrastructure they think they need.
Higher-ups had been warning of an impending disaster but did nothing to prevent it.
The feel-good factor can cancel out some of the very negative perceptions about the PTI among low-income voters.
Not only the transgressors but the ‘opposition’ political parties too will be judged brutally by history.
The torture seemed to have continued till life was squeezed out of Saleem Shahzad’s body.
Palestinians will continue to take to the social media to shake the world’s conscience.
All this pain has been inflicted on man by man. When reason fails, this is what man resorts to. Naked barbarity.
Even if he is allowed to leave, Shehbaz Sharif will have a mountain to climb.
The first step towards normality could be our own truth and reconciliation commission.
Any talk of restricting movement of people, of limiting huge congregations, which are called superspreader events, is taboo.
Does the state of Pakistan, all institutions included, have the political will to address the runaway intolerance in society and
Men need to be educated and then read the riot act. The enforcement of the law must be merciless in such cases.
This remarkable day in the life of the PTI at the centre was replicated by a day in the life of the PTI in Punjab.
An unjust peace can’t deliver the sort of stability everyone in the region yearns for.
It is apparent what sort of challenges the authors of Pakistan’s national security policy will face in the coming months.
Does the opposition have the appeal to galvanise its claimed massive support?
So, where do we go next? Clearly, the next indication will be the Senate chairman’s election.