Our currently passive and perverse political intelligentsia needs to have more integrity.
This relentless capitalist class warfare of the superrich against the poor is not reflected in Zakaria’s statistics.
Indian Muslims have only 9.5pc of India’s wealth, whereas the Hindu upper castes, with less than half the population.
Pakistan’s economic crisis is as much a political as it is an economic challenge.
Outrage alone delivers nothing except further frustration.
The torturer truly hates his victims because they demonstrate his base inhumanity.
History will not absolve those responsible for this betrayal of the nation.
Roedad Khan’s deep disappointment with Pakistan’s current trajectory is painful to behold.
Pakistan should invest diplomatically and economically in Afghanistan’s stability and prosperity.
Is the ‘old principled’ or the ‘new pragmatic’ view more realistic?
Imran must now demonstrate he will never again be a dependent partner of the ‘establishment’.
Only answers matter, which only actions and organised movements can supply.
Chomsky does not bother to dress up his message.
The stakes are no longer national, geopolitical or geo-economic.
The country needs to emerge from its present condition to survive. Can it?
Imran's supporters are left in the lurch, scrambling for reasons to support him.
The youth of the country have never given up on Imran Khan because of their hatred of corruption.
Dr Humayun Khan was able to win the abiding respect and admiration of his professional adversaries.
We are today reduced to being spectators of a daily puppet show in the guise of a morality play.
There are many others among our educated and committed youth who have the potential to be progressive national leaders.