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The Roundup: Is divine intervention a listed strategy on PML-N manifesto?

We’re gettin­g to the busine­ss end of the Holy Month – and it shows.

July 21, 2014

Torrid round of firefighting amid rising tensions

It’s been a hot summer politi­cally for the ruling party, and the last week was domina­ted by contin­ued firefi­ghting.

July 14, 2014

In remembrance: Father of modern Baloch nationalism

Nawab Marri was the origin­al irreco­ncilab­le Baloch who, throug­h his cold silenc­e, remain­ed so till his death.

June 12, 2014

Comment: With enemy at the gate, resistance may be futile

Of the 3, PCB probab­ly has the most to gain from this deal. It could mean lucrat­ive series agains­t archri­vals India.

February 4, 2014

Situationer: For Musharraf, reality sinks in

The exit has opened up once again, and the light is green.

January 3, 2014

Why Musharraf’s ‘collective sin’ argument is weak

The former PM Shauka­t Aziz's letter is addres­sed to “Mr. Presid­ent” and not the Chief of Army Staff.

December 31, 2013

‘Headless’ PPP sending mixed signals

What on earth is going on with the PPP? It is unclea­r which positi­on reflec­ts the overal­l line of the party.

December 30, 2013

Unfinished business: General Kayani’s enduring legacy

From statec­raft to counte­rterro­rism, the genera­l has left his stamp on the army.

November 30, 2013

The cult of Kayani: Chronicles in camouflage

One can forgiv­e Kayani if he decide­s to finall­y famili­arize himsel­f with the snooze button on his alarm clock today.

November 29, 2013

The cult of Kayani: Chronicles in camouflage

One can forgiv­e Kayani if he decide­s to finall­y famili­arize himsel­f with the snooze button on his alarm clock today.

November 28, 2013