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The swift backlash to Rana Sanaullah and Abid Sher Ali’s vile comments is a welcome development for Pakistan
The ethnic community is paying the price for Pakistan’s mistakes
A new political map is in the offing for Pakistan
The opposition is fighting a losing battle in rejecting a budget already embraced by the private sector
The ongoing application of the ‘sadiq’ and ‘ameen’ clauses of Pakistan’s Constitution heralds political disaster
History is repeating itself in the PMLN-led government’s dealings with the accountability body
The serial habit of Pakistan’s political parties to tear each other down ahead of elections helps no one but the establishment
Pakistan’s chief justice is treading a precarious line, all too familiar in neighboring India
A ‘national interest’ divorced from economic concerns does more harm than good
Pluralism is no match for economic growth and stability
Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan may finally abandon the PMLN for Imran Khan’s PTI
It’s time to become smarter and appreciate the situation instead of situating the appreciation
Has the outcome of the upcoming general elections already been decided?
Who is responsible for the bullets found at the house of a Supreme Court judge in Lahore?
Members of the minority in Pakistan continue to be targeted—whether through the blasphemy law or by militants
Nawaz Sharif’s ‘for life’ ban from politics heralds the nadir of political stability in Pakistan
Admissions before NAB might be too late to vindicate Nawaz Sharif in the court of public opinion
A societal shift is needed if Pakistan wants to respect the beliefs of all its citizens
Is the demand for a South Punjab province yet another attempt to eradicate the Sharif clan from Pakistan’s politics?
Is South Punjab back on the cards?