The government will have to remain on its toes to stay ahead of the problems.
The agenda is apparently to undo the NFC Award of 2010.
The main problem is that the minorities’ destiny is in the hands of the religious affairs ministry.
Any attempt to strengthen the federal character of the state should be welcomed.
It is difficult to determine which brand of the hybrid systems of rule is being followed.
S.M. Zafar’s look at Pakistan’s history, despite some biases and low production values, is a mine of information...
For many vendors, Ramazan is the month of unbridled profiteering.
Do ordinary Pakistanis not behave as responsible citizens because they aren’t treated as citizens?
Inter-party consultation is needed to develop a national consensus.
Poverty, poor housing and lifestyles reduce a people’s capacity to fight a new viral epidemic.
Comprehensive studies are needed on the impact of the epidemic on work, employment and incomes.
The Thar community’s despair is symbolised in the person of Munno Bheel.
On Saturday, death finally silenced senior politician Dr Mubashir Hasan.
Muslim women the world over and their allies among Muslim men continue to face a challenge from extremists.
By reviving the patwari’s position, the Punjab government has reaffirmed its fidelity to the colonial system.
The biggest losers of the practice of shooting the messenger are the government and the people.
The unemployment situation has acquired some extremely weird features.
In the hands of immature cadres, the ceaseless denunciation of fellow politicians assumes coarser forms.
Throughout the decades, Balochistan’s quislings and external forces have tried to suppress the 1932 agenda.
If the accountability law is not a proper vehicle for preventing corruption, NAB may be restructured as a commission.