Amidst the ongoing political acrimony, the predicament of the people of GB has been overlooked.
The focus should be on implementing genuine police reforms that emphasise merit-based promotions and the fair assignment of duties.
Skardu can benefit if the authorities follow the example of a 16th-century Mughal princess.
The time is ripe for GB to form a local party with its own manifesto, which focuses on local problems.
GB has come up with a detailed draft law for land management.
Police officers resent policy of appeasement pursued by powerful elements of the state.
The National Police Management Board was created to develop a unified police response.
The demand for rights is getting louder.
The task of maintaining order and tracking down criminals is compounded by a non-functional criminal justice system.
Despite political & administrative constraints in GB, some recent initiatives can harness the talents of educated youth...
The Frontier Constabulary can combine with the civilian police, instead of working as a parallel force.
Despite all promises, little progress has been made on a provincial status for Gilgit-Baltistan.
The inordinate delay in according provisional provincial status to GB is leading to frustration.
Whimsical transfers of senior officers leave lasting scars on the collective psyche of the police.
It is ironic that political governments have not built on the democratic principles of a law introduced by a dictator.
Residents expect the resolution of several issues.
The PTI must correct its cavalier approach to GB.
GB voters can cut this Gordian knot.
Police can set the direction in South Punjab.
It is baffling that political parties have uniformly acted to obstruct reforms.