Our battle for India-held Kashmir, for now, has to be fought through diplomacy and strategic communication...
India’s policy in occupied Kashmir is going south. Where is ours heading?
Eid provides us an opportunity to step back from this toxic environment.
The fault lies in the fault lines. On Wednesday, the ruling party bowled out two batsmen in consecutive deliveries....
It is easier to distil these conclusions now that we have traversed the difficult path.
The last four weeks have witnessed a clear trend: cases are down, deaths are down and fear is down.
Khurram Dastgir Khan of the PML-N is a happy man today. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh of the Finance Ministry is not.
Sundry cabinet members are running around conjuring up all kinds of things to show the boss they are ‘performing’.
There is unease in Islamabad.
The NCOC and NLCC are valuable examples of what, in our context, is called ‘hybrid governance’.
The situation on our political front is unravelling according to no plan, actually.
Judge Arshad’s judgement legitimised a certain narrative. His dismissal has inconvenienced it.
Even the storm in a teacup can spill over.
Among his arsenal of weapons, communication was the most lethal. And yet on Thursday his weapon failed him. Why?
Fawad Chaudhry’s interview has opened a can of worms.
Something happened in the first week of June that triggered a tectonic shift in how Pakistan has perceived Covid-19.
The PTI ruling coalition stayed intact for 22 months. Impressive. But not really surprising.
We can find within ourselves a reason to sculpt a bipartisan strategy to combat the virus.
This flame will have to burn itself out.
Do not just shrug your shoulders and leave everything to the citizens.