The party can come to power with establishment's support through dubious elections. But it cannot bring political stability to the country.
The severity of the Palestinians’ plight is mostly missing from Western reporting.
For the ‘civilised world’, the oppressed do not have the right to stand up against colonisation.
While the administration looks on silently, armed marauders carry out their deadly attacks.
It is not for an interim prime minister to speak on complex foreign policy matters.
A major challenge before the new chief justice is to restore the public’s faith in the top judiciary.
Given Chitral’s strategic location, the rise of the militant threat there is a serious security concern.
The biggest obstacle in the way of foreign investment is deteriorating law and order.
The worsening state of the economy and growing political instability have put our national security at risk.
Many see the interim administration as just an extension of the security establishment.
There are many Baloch leaders with stronger credentials who could have been picked for the job.
The ruling coalition has virtually abdicated civilian authority.
A small power elite has dominated Pakistan’s political scene under both civilian and military rule.
An interim set-up can only supervise elections; it cannot take policy decisions.
It is our disastrous appeasement policy in the past that is now coming back to haunt us.
With just weeks left before the NA’s term ends, there is no sign of electioneering.
The ongoing political engineering has tainted the entire election process.
The PTI chief grossly miscalculated the authority of the top command.
The PPP has craftily distanced itself from the unpopular policies of the Sharif administration.
We have an accountant at the helm whose only credentials for the job is his being related to the powerful ruling family.