In so many ways, the state of affairs is similar to what existed in 2007 and later.
It was a snub that Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari will not find easy to recover from.
The deportation of refugees is a decision we return to again and again.
The time in power is spent simply fighting to stay in power.
Factors beyond the ECP have a greater potential to influence the ultimate election date.
It is hard to remember the last time a conflict played out in such detail on social media.
One must ask if Sharif’s suffering still resonates in a land where inflation has ravaged every home.
The meter stayed where it was and the hardworking men and the culprit they had caught so adroitly disappeared into the darkness.
It will be the journalists next and those who own the channels.
The infighting as the country tumbles from regime to regime and from set-up to set-up is so great that it infects everything around it.
It seems that political and technocratic choices for the finance ministry are limited to a few people.
Pakistan’s troika usually sees two of the three stakeholders tilt the balance against the third.
What internal divisions will mean for the PML-N is anyone’s guess.
The caretaker set-up has not filled many with hope and promise for the present or future.
The unhealthy focus on politics — over security matters — can have unforeseen ramifications.
The hate is far more widespread than we realise.
Politicians of the former government are whispering or saying out loud how they were kept in the dark.
There is no guarantee the elections will be held even after new delimitations are carried out.
A loyal politician is apparently in demand — not just a politician.
We don’t just have a crime problem but also an illegal gun problem.