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A politically empowered and operationally independent police can stand up to terrorist gangs and criminal syndicates
The Sharifs and Imran Khan can turn Pakistan around only if they handle education on a war-footing
Khanzada essentially represented strategic transformation Pakistani civil-military ruling elite reluctantly embraced
It’s ironic that Pakistan govt appreciates work by NGOs, but some in positions of power view them with suspicion
A German official said life outside New Delhi airport was in sharp contrast to what he had read about a shining India
PTI would do better keeping up pressure for achieving its ideals. No so-called quick-fixes like the dharna please!
In contrast to what NAP had promised regarding speedy trials, over 90 per cent of cases are pending in courts
There is little doubt this latest round of talks with Afghan Taliban has unleashed a new, much more promising dynamic
Police in Pakistan lack legitimacy, professionalism and above all, political space to move towards democratic policing
Pakistan can still win the war against terrorism and religious extremism if everybody goes back to the rule of law.