Seventy-five years on, it is unjust to continue attributing this country to a sleight of hand, rather than the Quaid's supreme will.
The Chaudhrys flirt with the two big parties like Mughal satraps...
Bowing to the new mood are the royal houses of Raiwind and Larkana.
In the entire life of 63A, not a single one of our lawmakers’ debates say that the vote shouldn’t be counted.
The opposition crying treason is a joke.
The PM is mistaken in thinking his biggest problems aren’t domestic.
If the premier stays, it won’t be because of the merits of his tenure; if he goes, it won’t be because of his failings either.
In Punjab, the Marriage Restraint Act is a joke.
The main question was no longer whether Wasim did it.
Will the US steal money from a country on the brink of starvation?
Parliament didn’t undo 62(1)(f). And then it was too late.
Whatever our history tells us, the same slogans persist.
LGs are under siege everywhere.
A debut collection of essays is a medical resident’s coronavirus diary as well as a book of big ideas about family, migration...
The air is filthy and the city feels bathed in disease.
The TTP should be asked to surrender or surrender, with no forgiveness for leaders or spokespersons.
For starters, conflating the TTP with the Afghan Taliban has been useful for both the pro-war and anti-war brigades.
Two judgements have rescued the CCP.
The heroism seems to have gone sideways.
Should high court judges be favoured for the SC based on seniority alone?