The real battleground is Punjab: it could make or break Imran Khan’s dream.
Stories about some kind of a deal between the establishment and the PPP have been circulating.
The widening rift between the Sharif brothers has further compounded the party’s predicament.
The revival of the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal is aimed at regaining some lost political space for the religious elements.
The sight of insurgents flooding the streets of Kabul must have caused concern to Kabul and the Taliban.
Real issues affecting the common people are lost in the cacophony of false promises.
It is inexcusable the way political parties came together to defend the controversial change in poll laws.
A new book offers illuminating details about the Kargil fiasco.
Instead of an improved quality of democracy, Pakistan has been sliding in the opposite direction.
The use of brute force has failed to deter the Palestinian resistance against Israeli occupation.
The military is not the only reason for the former prime minister’s current miseries.
The outcome of polls is never easy to predict given the volatility of our political landscape.
Instead of addressing the root causes, we often tend to raise the bogey of a ‘foreign hand’.
Punitive actions against the press will only sharpen polarisation and encourage non-professionalism.
It is the Pakhtun age of enlightenment; an age of rejection of obscurantism and oppression.
Many observers warn that things could implode if the Saudi crown prince moves too fast on his reform agenda.
A serious crisis is waiting to happen on the eve of the general elections the outcome of which is hard to predict.
The truth is that the general was reflecting the thinking of his institution.
The security establishment and the courts have asserted themselves to distort the balance of power.
While crying foul, political leaders are still not willing to reform the system.