Kuldip Nayar

Congress Mughals

King’s son shall always be king There is no surprise. It was well known that the Congress Party is hopelessly dependent on the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty. Elevation of Rahul Gandhi to the post

Syed Kaswar Gardezi

The Fridays

And landmark judgments Judicial decisions and judgements have the utmost importance in the eyes of the public, especially in a democratic setup. Having an independent and unbiased judiciary bent upon keeping the

Quetta reminder

Minorities always in the crosshairs Yet another terrorist attack targeting minorities in Quetta, despite the many successes of Zarb-e-Azb and Rudd-ul-Fasaad, raises the usual questions. One, how can terrorists still circumvent security

Another confrontation

Amid controversy and conspiracy So, Nawaz finally lets at least one cat out of the bag. He’s back and, along with facing the reference, he’ll personally spearhead a ‘movement for rule of

White Lies

It wasn’t just the commentariat but also the social media that had a field day after the momentous decision of the Supreme Court about the Jahangir Tareen and Imran Khan disqualification case.

Arif Nizami

Democracy under fire?

Or a self-fulfilling prophecy A miasma of foreboding has engulfed the nation just like the current winter fog. A noxious air of uncertainty fueled by squabbling politicians pervades our body politics. It

APS: Three years on

Few lessons learned             Apart from being one of the most horrific, brutal and tragic terrorist attacks in the history of the country the Army Public School (APS)

Saad Awan

The Hariri episode

And the tirade against Khomeini Lebanon’s recent Hariri episode seems to have originated straight from the classics of Hollywood. If that is not the case, it definitely does boost the credentials to