The PM’s remarks

Divorced from reality? Nobody can argue with the merits of a comprehensive poverty alleviation program, especially if the Chinese model can be duplicated and millions of people’s lives can be impacted for

Moscow’s Great Game

What Afghans want The Russians mediating to put an end to a long American misadventure in Afghanistan would have elicited a chuckle from the most serious quarters had it not been for

NAB’s examination score

A-Grade for character assassination, F for collecting evidence   Keeping in view the performance of NAB and FIA one is forced to conclude that the accountability bodies in this country are partial,

TLP’s growing prominence

A serious issue that cannot be buried After the landmark judgment acquitting Aasia Bibi of all charges TLP’s leaders Khadim Rizvi and Pir Afzal Qadri made some unprecedented statements inciting violence by

Arif Nizami

Kowtowing to Extremism

The easy way out Instead of catching the bull by the horns the PTI led government has buckled under the collective might of religious zealots and extremists. The political opposition the go-to

Umair Jamal

War of narratives

Using sensitive issues for political gains The past two weeks of Pakistan’s politics have been tumultuous, presenting a disconsolate depiction of where the country is heading in the coming months and years.

Sultan M Hali

PM’s China sojourn

Boon or bane? Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to China from November 01 to 05 is the topic of hot debate. The government spokesperson, the foreign as well as the finance ministers