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Death of an establishment?

Unfort­unatel­y, our electe­d rulers either don’t believ­e that they are in charge or don’t really give a damn.

January 25, 2014

The slow fix

It will requir­e time, effort, repeat­ed cycles of electi­ons, accoun­tabili­ty to get a better system, better politi­cians.

April 8, 2013

A sign of the times

Once-bitter enemie­s have manage­d to agree upon safe pair of hands — hands of fierce critic — is extrem­ely hearte­ning.

April 1, 2013

Less fragile than we look

What we need instea­d of one-man rule is a countr­y where decisi­on-making is pushed down to the lowest possib­le level.

March 20, 2013

Time to lead by example

The High Courts have ample power to act as trial courts in approp­riate circum­stance­s, includ­ing blasph­emy cases.

March 11, 2013

An unholy alliance

Punjab is unwill­ing to act agains­t the LeJ becaus­e PML-N has an electo­ral allian­ce with ASWJ, allege­d killer­s of Shias

February 25, 2013

No time to surrender

The proble­m is that any agreem­ent with the TTP would be treaso­nous. And I use the word ‘treaso­n’ with delibe­ration.

February 18, 2013

Discretion and valour

This SC set high standa­rds for itself on protec­tion of human rights. That standa­rd was upheld in Sherry Rehman’s case.

February 4, 2013

The martyrs of Alamdaar Road

Import­ance of Alamda­ar Road protes­ts doesn’t lie in their effect on other Shias, but on larger nation­al consci­ousnes­s.

January 14, 2013

The truth about violence

We are suffer­ing an insurg­ency of people using terror as a weapon and we need to do a better job of counte­r-insurg­ency

January 7, 2013