There is pressure on Shehbaz Sharif as his cabinet have started to say they’d rather
not take the responsibility of clearing...
The Toshakhana scandal presents a story of Pakistani greed. Imran Khan is hardly the first leader to have dipped into the state
Taking over the reins at such a time was never going to be a bed of roses...
The government seems to be wasting its time on non-issues.
Each move by Hamza Shehbaz will be put under the microscope by the PML-N’s opponents.
Who will remember the PTI’s mismanagement and decisions that brought the economy to this pass?
Threats such as those made by Fawad Chaudhry assumed an entirely ominous dimension...
All this throwing the toys out of the pram will reflect poorly on Imran Khan and some of his top aides.
Let the will of the people be determined in a free, fair and transparent process, and then let it prevail.
It remains to be seen whether the ‘surprise’ to be delivered at the March 27 rally will alter a dismal scenario for the govt.
One is not sure whether this venom that has been injected into us can ever be sucked out again.
The prime minister will not be able to retain his majority in parliament and survive in office.
The Peshawar carnage was yet another reminder of the many ticking bombs around us.
The PTI has alienated whatever support it may have had among democratic-minded Pakistanis.
We men would turn murderous if we faced a fraction of what women are subjected to during the course of their everyday life.
We prefer to chase red herrings and cover pointless statements, even as we relegate the real issues to obscurity.
Where a diversity of opinion exists on substantive issues, its expression can only be for the collective good.
The only meaningful reform in society can come from ensuring that the rule of law is supreme.
What’s the point of looking far and wide for solutions when we have the answers in the Constitution?
Bizarrely, this ‘citizen-centric’ document was not presented in parliament, a forum representing the people’s collective will.