Is the JIT really expected to achieve in two months what the Supreme Court could not in over five months?
Badar Iqbal Chaudhary
Abundance of demagogues makes the exercise of reaching at peaceful ends that much more difficult.
Our legal system is based on the principles of retribution. It is time to shift the balance in favour of reformation.
As permeated as the rot is within our police departments, the lawyers are known for putting up a compelling battle.
Cricket is not without its share of shady politics, and our politics is not aloof from cricket terminologies.
9pm was the boundary for Mukesh. For others, it could be her outfit, her attitude; something she said or her silence.
Here is an upshot of the live streaming and scorecard apps out there, and how they can be accessed.
Let there be peace at least once in this city of the living dead.
One of the two nations would would have to sacrifice; one of the two would have to take a leap of faith.
As the questions of 2014 go by unanswered, I have one question this year: how much further into the abyss will we go?
My grouse is not with the military courts per se, but with the way they may function in Pakistan, specifically.
Day after day, they send signals of how incompetent they can be. But the danger alarms are conveniently shrugged off.
Imran Khan may not be a social reformer, but he's certainly a social arouser.
Convenience demands that we do not identify sectarian bloodshed. We shut our eyes. Why make enemies of barbarians?
Precisely for showing us a more unadulterated picture, journalists are dubbed 'corrupt', 'myopic' and even 'traitors'.
How do we ever achieve peace in the region then, especially when no stakeholders want it? Where do we start?
More important is the need for the students' parents to show equal reverence for this profession.
How absurd to think we'd inherited true democracy, the 'saviours' of which are going hoarse inside assemblies.
In the world of 'Incredible India' and 'Malaysia...truly Asia', can Pakistan have 'I didn't do it' as a tagline?
A large scale and collective movement is needed against sectarianism, involving all branches and figures of the state.