So, where do we go next? Clearly, the next indication will be the Senate chairman’s election.
One must assess the opposition’s new-found realisation that the establishment has suddenly become neutral.
Elections are always highly charged but rarely has the ECP issued the kind of damning statement it did.
A number of this week’s main news items were generated by the superior courts.
Pakistan will need to put its best foot forward in policy responses to come out ahead in the face of so many changes.
In an era when the line between deliberate disinformation and news challenging dominant narratives has been blurred to suit the
To blame democracy for our slow growth is a bit much. We need only look at other democracies to understand this point.
In the UK, when a party is elected to office after being in the opposition, its leader takes over as prime minister seamlessly.
The competence that has underlined NAB and its actions has cost us dearly now and even in 2008.
If the same proportion of about 220m Pakistanis had been killed as the Hazaras have lost of their own, the toll would be close to
The deciding factor will be how much punch the alliance can pack to back its narrative.
The continuing loss of life exacted by the pandemic will temper the festivities.
No analyst actually looked at the impact that the government restrictions may have had.
Save for a couple of elections in our history, all others have witnessed varying degrees of intervention.
Anyone who wishes to consume ‘news’ based on the ‘what is newsworthy’ criterion, is left feeling shortchanged.
For Dr Awan to try and make an issue out of how the mortal remains of the Sharifs’ mother were being brought home was heartless.
We are in for trying times and we don’t have a Rudy Giuliani to provide comic relief.
While all sides may have spoken about a need for a national dialogue, there are few specifics about how the paradigm can be reset.
There is great bonhomie between the young leaders of the PPP and PML-N as has been evidenced a number of times.
A cursory look at Pakistan’s history will tell us that the traitors of today, become the patriots of tomorrow.