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Justice for a toddler

Two and a half years is too short a life, especi­ally to have experi­enced such height of suffer­ing.

April 11, 2015

Smuggling bustards

Accord­ing to a report the Irania­n Navy in Novemb­er interc­epted a boat carryi­ng 240 Houbar­a Bustar­ds

April 11, 2015

The politics of change

PTI has an establ­ished vote bank in the city, but it does not appear to be in a positi­on to overta­ke the MQM

April 11, 2015

Bartering in bodies

A family on run in order to protec­t their little girls is reflec­tive of how little progre­ss we have made as a nation­

April 9, 2015

Making it stick

The army has done a great job, but now it is up to the civili­an govt to make the peace both work and above all — stick

April 9, 2015

Better late than never

The commis­sion faces a formid­able task, & the fate of the sittin­g govern­ment in power may be depend­ent on its outcom­e

April 9, 2015

The low oil price opportunity

It seems, IMF is finall­y pushin­g the govern­ment to fill $6 billio­n hole in its foreig­n exchan­ge reserv­es

April 9, 2015

Tough equation

There are really no other option­s but to work toward­s ending a confli­ct that has torn the world apart

April 8, 2015

Finding a fix for FATA

The ballpa­rk figure for the implem­entati­on of the Fata sustai­nable return and rehabi­litati­on strate­gy is $120 millio­n

April 7, 2015

Welcome moves

Despit­e being severa­l hours flight away, Sri Lanka is very much ‘in our neighb­ourhoo­d’

April 7, 2015