Little do the new rulers care to understand that despite its exalted status in the Sharif kingdom, Lahore is still far
This latest horror in the PTI’s campaign is to try and black out the messages of the opposition leaders.
Will this arrest make PML-N cadres insecure and lead to large-scale defections from the Sharif camp?
Quite often, mistakenly, the Shahbaz-Maryam situation is compared to an old and successful formula.
They may have the hereditary licence to take the fight to the streets, but do they have their parties and workers ready?
The PPP and PML-N must now be ready to do penance for their deeds beyond the current sufferings of their leaders.
The strategy makers of the PPP and PML-N cannot be blamed for hoping that once they begin their movement they will be
For the latter part of the period that the PTI has been in power, it was more a case of them — the corrupt leaders of
A Punjabi poem that celebrates bad qualities associated with politician is propaganda that takes time maturing.
A whole new setup, that has PML-N stalwarts operating from a variety of party posts, is in place now.
No less than 33 of the top taxpayers were from Karachi. Only six of the richest people from Lahore made it to the list.
Perhaps there’s a more difficult question that troubles the minds of the good souls always looking for change.
Talk of NAB’s special treatment towards the bureaucrats will only add to its reputation as a tool against the most
The naming of the fundamental rural councils as panchayats is an obvious attempt to create greater proximity between
For a whole day earlier this week, two groups within the PTI clashed with each other in full public view.
This was not about the millions who are left at the mercy of the half-prepared messiahs in charge of hospitals.
How and why did the good solid slogans fade away from our lives, and come to be replaced by matter-of-fact stuff?
Much of the PTI’s energy is spent on explaining issues arising out of Mian Sahib’s imprisonment.
Chohan arrived with a bang, but with time it was realised that the ruling party needed to make idiomatic adjustments.
There are no prizes for guessing what forced the BJP leadership to do what it has been doing since the Pulwama attack.