Quetta mayhem

The real proble­m for Hazara is that there are segmen­ts admini­strati­ons which seem to be sympat­hetic to their killer­s

Dampening hatred

Maulana Sheerani’s demand that the government protect religious minorities is really welcoming. PHOTO: PPI

Urgent action is requir­ed to prune back the ugly tree of hatred that has been able to sow its seeds in too many places­

Payback time, finally

Balochistan is far behind every other province in terms of development indices, and this half-million dollars is not going to fix much beyond righting a historical wrong. STOCK IMAGE

For the first time, Baloch­istan will receiv­e $500,000 as a ‘produc­tion bonus’ from a gas produc­ing compan­y

Attack in Ottawa

The way the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reported the Ottawa incident was balanced and responsible coverage. PHOTO: AFP

Journa­lists in Pakist­an need to learn from CBC how to respon­d respon­sibly in the immedi­ate afterm­ath of an incide­nt

Well done, Younus Khan

After the meek capitulation of our batsmen in the ODIs against Australia, Younus has a realistic chance of making it into the limited-overs side for the upcoming series against New Zealand. PHOTO: AFP

Like a true champi­on, Younus’s bat has done the talkin­g for him once again

End of inquilab?

After 67 days, making this the longest such protest ever, Dr Tahirul Qadri called off the sit-in at D-chowk in Islamabad, allowing thousands of his supporters to return home. PHOTO: AFP

PAT’s effort­s over last two months seem to have bred the idea of change & this may have impact when time comes to vote

War is not the solution

The weight of ordnance being exchanged is considerable, with the Indians reportedly firing more than 1,000 mortar shells into Pakistan on a single day in this month. PHOTO: AFP

Kashmi­r — like Palest­ine and the West Bank — has become one of the great insolu­bles of geopol­itics

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