In May, there was a spurt in appearances before the commission of inquiry.
The ECP would be well advised to invite as many observers from credible organisations as possible.
Punjab University needs to be free from fissiparous trends and influences.
One hopes the caretakers and their successors in the years ahead will strengthen democratic conduct.
A youth-led movement aims to persuade election candidates to adopt a pro-people approach.
Madeeha Gauhar, the founder of Ajoka Theatre, who passed away on April 25, was a pioneering rights activist who strove
The draft of ‘Government of Gilgit-Baltistan Order, 2018’ has been severely criticised.
A manifesto should be a programme of action for the uplift of the state and the people.
It is no exaggeration that Pakistan’s media is being micromanaged in an unprecedented manner.
The denial of right to public spaces will inexorably lead to ghettoisation of the people.
The need for reformative or egalitarian justice has been ignored in a manner bordering on criminality.
A new set of principles on the freedom of expression must be complied with.
While the middle class may demand a trouble-free commute, it should spare a thought for protesters’ concerns.
Those who oppose federalism by advocating a strong centre have never offered a properly argued brief.
The culture of brutality preached over the past several months will leave indelible marks on the people’s psyche.
All hopes that the Senate could strengthen the democratic project are dissipating.
The selection of candidates by the PML-N and PPP reveals their choice of instruments of governance.
Senior lawyers have termed the apex court’s argument weak.
GHULAM Kibria, who passed away in Karachi last Saturday, was a technologist in a class by himself. He spent his ...
Neither party is talking seriously about preventing a conflict that will harm both.