The larger issue is that many within the police and the state view the role of the police as not one of service but of control.
Afghanistan is one place where proxy war by regional and bigger powers has always been a constant.
It is hard to miss how there is far greater emphasis on the past than the future.
There is cause for concern when gossip and analysis become interchangeable.
Regulations for digital media are inevitable, though it’s hard to say what shape they will take.
Condemnations have been rare while there is no debate on the prevalence of such abuse beyond the Mufti Azizur Rehman case.
Parties, too, have grown, it seems, and are being compelled to think about their problematic economic policies.
This time around, the Ganges is flowing in reverse but no one has any answers.
Whatever "oppositioning" has to be done will take place on the floor of parliament and for this the PDM needs the PPP.
Can those who engineer a deposition forget what led to the removal and allow a return to glory?
Come December and the Lahore jalsa and the shirt lengths went up a bit. The fad was changing.
Poll manipulation in Pakistan occurs in the run-up to elections and on election day itself.
Pakistan has always made space for Islamist parties electorally; they have rarely been successful enough to be a national force.
It may do well to focus on matters so small that they fly under the radar and attract little praise or criticism.
To return to finance, the second change in the key ministry is interesting for how it differs from the first.
Dr Faisal Sultan, Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Health, speaks to Aurora about Pakistan’s Covid-19 vaccination drive.
Along with the challenges of the vaccination drive, there is another one looming large.
Those with power don’t care too much for the public-sector education system.
Both parties gain by keeping the PDM alive, with all its components.
The pandemic forced many of us to pay considerable attention to the health sector and the state’s role.