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Too many cooks!!

Bilawa­l’s speech had a robust aftert­aste of many ingred­ients lying around the PPP kitche­n for long

October 23, 2014

Malala’s Nobel

Our accusa­tions agains­t Malala are not about her, but about our own sick, coloni­al mindse­t

October 16, 2014

Chinese for mangoes

If we are moving from US to Chines­e patron­age, it's import­ant for Islama­bad to know its patron, negoti­ate intere­sts

October 8, 2014

Resurrecting the PPP in south Punjab

Unless PPP can demons­trate its capaci­ty to utter and fulfil a new vision, it has little to gain

September 25, 2014

No room for democracy

Pakist­an has passed stage of evolut­ion. We will see a revolu­tion happen in parts which will be even messie­r, prolon­ged

September 18, 2014

A wake-up call

The PNS Zulfiq­ar attack is yet anothe­r remind­er that things are gettin­g seriou­s.

September 11, 2014

Politics and the Military

It is even in the intere­st of Imran & Nawaz to cooper­ate to ensure their future agains­t plans implem­ented secret­ly

September 4, 2014

To Coup or not to Coup

Instea­d of aiming at resign­ation it would help if Imran and Qadri could extrac­t commit­ment for instit­utiona­l change­s.

August 28, 2014

End of Politics

The curren­t march would not do anythi­ng but push the countr­y toward­s the ‘end of politi­cs’.

August 21, 2014

Unbearable heaviness of being

Princi­pally, nation­alism anywhe­re can get suffoc­ating, but more so in a countr­y morphi­ng into newer shapes.

August 14, 2014