Law, outlaw and brother-in-law

Kejriwal’s rise to power   A perplexed question: Through which kink in our Freudian sub-strand has “saala” become a vituperative pejorative across the Indian subcontinent? We may be divided by caste, creed,


Where are electoral reforms?

A victim of the committee system   Soon after its formation, nine months back, the Parliamentary Committee on Electoral Reforms went into coma. This indicated that the government had little realisation that

Editor's Mail

Air pollution and its risks

Global warming and air pollution are two problems caused by the combustion of fossil fuels. The burning of coal, oil and natural gas produces not only greenhouse gases but also a range



MQM won’t let PTI play ball in home field

A case was registered against Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain and 400 others with Azizabad Police on Tuesday after unidentified men, reportedly from MQM, attacked the convoy of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founding member and candidate in NA-246 by-polls, Imran Ismail near Jinnah Ground in Karachi.





Cars that went and never came back!

The Punjab government is clueless about 82 official cars under the use of officers of 20 government departments including Punjab Chief Minister Secretariat, Home Department and other VVIPs and top officers, resulting

Arts & Entertainment


The passion behind the ‘trophy hunter’

Pakistan Today interviewed Amjad Gilani, a hunting champion who holds the world record 4 years in a row for the ‘biggest trophy hunt’ in Africa, and stands unchallenged as of date. The