There is a quite persistent argument for adopting a more risk-prone and adventurous course instead of the rather sober
The PTI is as yet not quite the party likely to upstage Hamza’s nominee in NA-124.
The Sharifs appear to have chosen a pattern that has very little of them stealing the scene from those now in power.
It seemed as if the sanity restored to Pakistani politics after long years of deafening confrontation had not gone down
Could a Kulsoom excursion to rescue her husband from a tight spot have been possible now as it was some two decades ago?
Some of the PTI’s most ardent opponents would wish them well on carrying out the initiatives listed by Fawad Chaudhry.
Who is this man who has replaced a character as vibrant in the role of chief minister as Shahbaz Sharif?
The litmus test will be when parliamentarians sit down to discuss the issues raised by Sardar Akhtar Mengal on Wednesday
Imran Khan’s success will ultimately depend on his ability to pick and choose the right conflict.
The task to find allies should have been dealt by former Punjab CM himself rather than being delegated to Ayaz Sadiq.
Is the order that links all Punjab rulers in the last three decades and more under attack now? Can Punjab come out of
'Prime minister' Imran Khan appears set to form a govt without ‘unwanted’ allies
'Prime minister' Imran Khan appears set to emerge with enough resources to form a government without ‘unwanted’ allies
Surveys in the run-up to the election projected the PTI and the PML-N fighting it out for the honours.
Winner will have a mountain of numbers to climb.
The PPP has generated more positive vibes through Bilawal in the KP and Punjab poll campaigns than it has in the last
Friday’s events spark debate about success of PML-N show ahead of July 25 polls.
Many will be hoping that this latest fight is not a huge test of endurance for the Pakistani people.
Best bet for PML-N will be not to depend on sympathy vote and contest election on the basis of performance
By the time Maryam stood by her father at jalsas in the spring of 2018, she was already a name to reckon with.