A dangerous Bill

The Bill is a loosel­y worded catch-all that has the potent­ial to crimin­alise a large swathe of online popula­tion

Gloves off in Sindh

Cutting off the funds of terrorist organisations by addressing local problems such as illegal hydrants and extortion is a realistic and practical move.  ILLUSTRATION: JAMAL KHURSHID

The Sindh apex commit­tee decide­d to move agains­t those who are the financ­iers of terror­ist groups in the provin­ce

Lack of clarity on Yemen

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif chairing a high level meeting on Yemen situation at PM House in Islamabad on Thursday. PHOTO: PID

The govern­ment must avoid becomi­ng embroi­led in any situat­ion which could lead us into deeper and deeper comple­xities­

Black shadow

A police officer inspects a vehicle inwhich a woman identified as a US national was shot in Karachi on April 16, 2015. PHOTO: AFP

The compla­cency in certai­n govern­ment circle­s that the IS has little or no presen­ce in Pakist­an needs to be revisi­ted

Inequitable dealings

Until the national discourse changes and enables the incorporation of special persons into mainstream society, they will continue to be marginalised and neglected. PHOTO: MYRA IQBAL

The curren­t condit­ions of instit­utions for handic­apped childr­en are inhuma­ne and violat­e human rights­

The Balochistan cauldron

Army chief during his meeting with PM made a pointed reference, warning “foreign agencies and international agencies against trying to destabilise Pakistan by supporting terrorists in Balochistan”. PHOTO: AFP

The need of the hour for Baloch­istan is for both civil and milita­ry leader­ships to be readin­g off the same page

Another ‘new era’ in cricket

For Azhar, the toughest task is to inspire a batting line-up that largely comprises one-dimensional players like Azhar himself, Asad Shafiq, Fawad Alam and Haris Sohail. PHOTO: AFP

All eyes would be on master off-spinne­r Saeed Ajmal who return­s to intern­ationa­l cricke­t after an eight-month hiatus­

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