PTI 100 Days
The drift seems unstoppable. The performance of the government shows the limits of populism.
Senior PPP leader says 100-day standards are more suitable for presidential systems, not parliamentary democracies.
Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi says Prime Minister Imran Khan is committed to making the country economically strong.
Document says socio-economic indicators show declining trends.
Nothing particularly new or meaningful about policy matters was revealed at the 100-day ceremony in Islamabad.
PML-N to issue "fact sheet" about PTI government’s "real" performance today.
Federal ministers brief the nation about tasks accomplished in the first century of days in charge.
The first 100 days are indeed too soon to look for policy outcomes, but they are not too soon to look for policy.
There is no evidence to prove the government’s claim of having stabilised the financial situation.
There has been silence on reducing the scope of the death penalty.
Main drivers of the price surge are depreciation of the rupee and gas tariff hike.
Three months into the democratic transition, is the country faring any better than before?
Committees in any parliament are considered to be the latter’s eyes, ears and even brain.
Opposition sees only ‘lies, U-turns’ while PTI boasts unprecedented achievements.
The tyranny of numbers quickly asserted itself and then it didn’t matter what Imran thought before.
Slots lying vacant for past year and a half; ad hocism is reigning supreme.
Haq says the rulers talk a lot about bringing improvements to the country’s economy but do not take practical steps.
Legislation remains one glaring omission in PTI's list of achievements of their first 100 days in office.
Salient features of the PTI agenda were expeditious merger of Fata with KP, bifurcation of Punjab province.
PM opens construction of first shelter home in Lahore, says Pakistan has come out of financial crisis.
Dr Farogh Naseem claims his ministry has completed its 100-day tasks three weeks in advance.
Asad Umar says offering any relief or subsidy to the people in first 100 days is like giving lollipops.
Psychological game to portray Imran Khan as new premier has begun, says PPP information secretary.
"Plan is plagued with internal contradictions," says Ahsan Iqbal, calls Imran a "NATO commander — No Action, Talk Only".
QWP says provincial govt failed to materialise its 90-day agenda
Plan includes Fata-KP merger, creation of new province, reconciliation with estranged Baloch leaders.