Pakistan’s plight isn’t solely because its elite are corrupt; their values and worldview have failed.
The mother of all questions is never asked – why should Pakistan fight the TTP?
Dar’s jihad to eliminate bank interest is a bid to distract from the grimness of the present economic landscape.
Seizing a public university’s land for a six-lane highway will bring disgrace, not votes to PML-N.
Retrograde cultural forces are strong in India yet it forges ahead while Pakistan regresses. Why?
Quaid-e-Azam University’s prime land has been illegally seized by a government agency in Islamabad...
Just as the water car violated thermodynamics, Khan’s agenda for Pakistan violates commonsense.
Pakistan will forever have rapacious leaders unless its people absorb universal human values and learn to think.
There is little appreciation in Pakistan for the centrality of science in every modern economic pursuit.
Scholarly discourse is rare and even basic competencies can be difficult to find in universities.
Talking to hardcore killers who understand only the use of force needlessly gifts them political stature.
Brain power makes teeny-tiny Israel a technological giant before which every Arab country must bow.
An informed parliament and the ballot box should fix the meaning of patriotism, not security agencies.
To avoid shipwreck, Pakistan will have to deal effectively with militarism, overpopulation, and its skill deficit.
PTI chief taps both into widespread social grievances and into the weak reasoning skills of his devotees.
Imran Khan may not be a money-chaser but his lust for power makes him dangerous for Pakistan.
D-Day on D-Chowk will damage democracy, but PTI’s legacy of harm will extend much beyond that.
Forcibly disappearing Baloch students won’t eliminate terrorism but will weaken the federation of Pakistan.
Converting the PM House into a university is unworkable, wildly extravagant, and must be stopped.
Unless Pakistanis learn to value the works of non-Muslims, science in Pakistan shall remain dead.