Amid the slogans and allegations, it is necessary to reflect on some hard realities.
In Pakistan, we seem to have a mix of the old and the young.
IN the times of a pandemic, one would have assumed politics would take a backseat, but this only held true for the...
Is this the first time big changes will take place without a major war and the destruction it brings?
Our political parties are obsessed with taking credit for work that is essentially municipal.
It perhaps needs to be asked why Karachi's first transport project in years is being fought over by 'outsiders’ so to speak.
Firmer state action and better implementation of the law is only the first step.
Our conversations barely scratch the surface and ignore the reality of Pakistani politics.
Social media platforms have mirrored as well as added to the polarised times.
Ads now feature modern couples where husbands are not averse to making tea for their wives.
There is a chance the TLP may continue to play a role far bigger than reality.
We have to ask ourselves why is it so easy for any political party to bring so many people onto the streets for days at a stretch.
So poorly kept is this secret about the opposition’s real hopes and no plans that even the government has figured it out.
Despite their close relationship, this is hardly the first time the PTI and the military have not been BFFs.
Politics determines corrupt practices and those who are to be held accountable cannot escape.
The anger that a government would talk to those who have caused bloodshed is understandable.
When others are shifting gears to election preparations, the PML-N is caught in its internal woes.
First-time rulers in the land of the pure feel their decision-making should know no check.
When it comes to the PML-N, the only question is about who will lead the party and what its narrative will be.
Even in today’s polarised times, women-friendly laws can bring parties together in parliament.