The PML-N was torn between the urge to seize the moment and not irk the authorities beyond a certain limit.
The 1990 dismissal provided Benazir plenty of reasons to rethink strategy.
These Covid-19 days have been filled with strange tension. People have been living on the edge.
Wouldn’t it be embarrassing for a government officer expected to run a town smoothly to be held hostage by a group of traders?
As the selectors look for a new bride, the candidates who push the tea trolley betray knowledge that has taken the matchmaker a
While so much else around the tandoor has changed, some topics of discussion are eternally the same.
There are countless distressed souls wandering in this vast desert looking for the right ideology.
It appears that Fawad Chaudhry also chooses his targets within his party with utmost care.
The current opposition is doing its best to keep the name-calling convention alive.
The compromise formula of intermittent lockdowns is still not acceptable to those who arbitrate between our lives and livelihoods.
The coronavirus is not despised sufficiently to be subjected to any death-foretold exercise.
No empathy exists for the policeman. No one wants to save a policeman’s life.
The holiday season this time is governed by some grim realities that are not easy to ignore.
The bazaar becomes us. We are the bazaar. What happens backstage is none of our business.
People have to live and let live, or let die, if, unfortunately, it comes to that.
The PPP politicians for now are hiding behind the simple argument that there cannot be any change in the 18th Amendment.
Not everyone in government has shown the same readiness to trust the most relevant expert.
The attack on the Sindh CM must have been all the more necessary to combat the good press the PPP was getting.
Is it the same party that Mr Tareen had helped build and propelled to power?
The born-to-rule Sharif lions are aghast at Prime Minister Imran Khan’s insistence on stealing the PML-N poll symbol.