Editor’s Mail

Driverless era

Imran Khan’s beaming face told the whole story when he departed to see the army chief Thursday night, was even more beaming when later returned to his air-conditioned sit-in container. Why dozens

PTI and PAT marches

  The country’s capital Islamabad has been under siege for almost a fortnight. Followers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) have occupied the capital’s ‘Red Zone’ and, besides other

Holding breath

Few decades back, a military dictator decided to move the Pakistan’s capital from the bustling city of Karachi to an isolated spot — Islamabad, a brand new city to-be-tailor made only for

Economic progress stalled

The political commotion in the country during recent days has stalled the economic progress to considerable extent by negatively affecting the healthy economic indicators. The dollar is again strengthening against rupee in

A beacon of hope

It was refreshing to see Mr Nisar Ahmed Khuroo, Education Minister, taking action on a complaint against Dawood Public School where management abruptly changed the school timing from 1:40 pm to 2:20

Fracturing Pakistan

Yesterday while explaining the reasons of their present agitation against National Assembly and Prime Minister, Mr Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Vice Chairman Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf, stated that there were 148 seats in National Assembly