A militant leader’s death can prove to be a moment of celebration but it is not a sure-fire sign of victory.
None of the ‘engineering’ would have succeeded without the accompanying social and political changes.
The PTI’s disgruntled lot tends to mess with the party’s chances.
The actual experience of a truth and reconciliation commission is far from perfect.
Can one institution, however strong, decide the entire outcome of the country’s general election?
Sometimes politicians realise that it’s simpler to quit rather than be thrown out.
In our collective mourning for the loss of freedom of expression, few seem to recall that we’ve been here before.
From Karachi to Punjab to Mardan, leaders put their best foot forward.
The fear is that the PTI has taken a seemingly brave step without having thought it through.
There are not enough real ‘Noonies’ out there for the PML-N to win an election.
The ‘tabdeeli’ has in many ways been imposed on the party by electoral realities.
Some more details may be required for further clarity on the ‘Bajwa doctrine’ and for a more informed debate.
The resistance to Maryam is not simply a result of misogyny or her so-called defiance.
It is hard to identify the one issue which defined 2017.
Afghan government’s representatives seem to be in a mood for reconciliation.
PROTEST time is now the fifth season in Islamabad. The PPP survived three of them and the PML-N government is now...
The only thing the PML-N is worried about is a PPP-PTI alliance.
Tense times have marked the equation between civil and military establishment
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is now as ‘compromised’ as Asif Ali Zardari.
Asif Zardari has advised Nawaz Sharif to consider some demands being made by PTI