If the commissions have the power to implement, at least, some of their recommendations, some change might occur.
We need a well-coordinated and integrated approach towards water if we are to survive.
By appointing a non-Muslim to an important ministry, Nawaz has shown his resolve to trust him regardless of religion.
Change will not come through one election or one campaign, but through concerted, long-term efforts and endurance.
If PTI wants to survive as a party, not just in K-P, but also nationally, it must put up a good performance in K-P.
Though people were tired of the previous government, exasperation was not enough to bring about revolutionary change.
It is the responsibility of voters to seriously think about who to vote for and not abide by rhetoric, empty promises.
Our students are taught not to question the teacher or the textbook and to just regurgitate material.
We need a Pakistani conception of justice which builds upon common law, Islamic inheritances and South Asian heritage.
I hope that we Pakistanis, leaders, people, can learn from Margaret Thatcher, her ideals, sense of purpose, character.