The rulers fail to understand the roots of our slide.
Welcome to yet another tragic chapter in our economy’s history.
Making tough choices is difficult in the run-up to polls.
This is a chance to reform Pakistan’s resource base.
The economic disconnect is all too evident.
Slapping taxes on non-profits is not justified.
No attempt is being made to send positive vibes.
We continue to roll along without a distinct road map.
Missile tests won’t forestall our downhill slide.
The path to reform must begin with a cleanup at the top.
Exactly what will decide the fate of our security?
Only the politically influential are positioned to oversee wage increases.
Agriculture hardly figures as a priority for our rulers.
The most widely asked question was just one — what next?
Monday’s visit by the IMF’s MD is set to be celebrated as a grand recognition of Pakistan’s economic success.
Our officials go after those who are already in the tax net.
Three powerful realities regarding CPEC should be noted.
The noise from complex challenges has continued unabated.
The Foreign Office is becoming the butt of jokes.
Beyond the Ramazan lull, the mood in Islamabad has been especially downbeat amid anxieties over the government’s future.