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Big Business is set to suffer more from the politics of righteous rage.
Imran Khan’s antigovernment efforts are unlikely to succeed.
The real problem is Pakistan’s notoriously plodding judiciary.
Pakistan and India’s ongoing media war fosters confusion and bitterness.
The military-led operation to root out terrorists can help re-establish the writ of the state.
It’s time for Islamabad and Tehran to set things right between them.
A national distraction.
Sometimes it is not law, but probity.
Signs of a growing rift between Pakistan’s military, civilian government.
Punjab province hopes to achieve 100 percent enrollment in two months.
Islamabad must engage all its neighbors to normalize bilateral ties.
The Pakistan Army is finally going after militants in Punjab.
Pakistan will win the war against terrorism—but not without cost.
Debating policing and counterterrorism after the Lahore attack.
When a bigot gets bigoted…
The Constitution will never be amended to accommodate Pakistan’s minorities, but it’s the thought that counts.
Mustafa Kamal’s ‘rebellion’ lacks a leader of stature.
Nationalism must take a backseat to public welfare.
Pakistan’s media must learn to curb its jingoistic tendencies during sporting tournaments.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should be lauded for letting go of his personal animosity toward Pervez Musharraf.