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Syed Kaswar Gardezi

A clever move

A look at how Nawaz was allowed to go abroad Days after the Lahore High Court and the Islamabad High Court granted bail to Nawaz Sharif, the government found itself cornered to

Arif Nizami

Exit Nawaz Sharif

Finally! A prisoner of his self-serving rhetoric PM Khan is hoist by his own petard. Unable to allow his critically ill nemesis to go abroad for urgently needed treatment, he conveniently passed

Rabia Ahmed

Fostering transition

The rest of the world is tackling the problem of pollution Environmental pollution is now a visible, tangible, acutely serious issue, and Pakistan ranks second only to Bangladesh as the country with

Infatuation with crime

Candid Corner Espousal of a culture wrapped in shrouds of untruths “The silence just allowed the echoes of the question to play out in Nox’s mind, reminding him of his own unwinnable

M A Niazi

The shape of things to come

Hindu fundamentalism triumphs AT PENPOINT The Indian Supreme Court may have tried to satisfy both Hindus and Muslims in the Babri Masjid case, but the decision has opened the way for a

Peace through Kartarpur

The Corridor is a win-win situation The Kartarpur corridor is a new entry point giving access to the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur. However, tensions between India and Pakistan have often made it


Mullah in crisis

The Long March is the culmination of post-9/11 changes in attitude By Khalid Ranjha “Ecclesiastical princes alone have states without defending them, have subjects without governing them, and their states not being