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Punishing religious vigilantism

The Court conclu­ded that Salmaa­n Taseer had merely questi­oned the workin­gs of the blasph­emy law

November 13, 2015

The Nobel went to the right nominee

By awardi­ng the prize to OPCW, the Commit­tee has actual­ly follow­ed guidel­ines as set out in the will of Alfred Nobel.

October 19, 2013

The Quaid and the Quetta massacre

The self-procla­imed custod­ians of Islam would have killed him becaus­e Jinnah was a Shia & that would be reason enough.

July 5, 2012

Dual nationals cannot be loyal to either country

Dual nation­als occupy­ing import­ant politi­cal positi­ons can be doubly accoun­table.

June 13, 2012

Who orchestrated the exodus of Sindhi Hindus after Partition?

Violen­ce agains­t Sindhi Hindus, migrat­ion to India was script­ed, orches­trated, implem­ented by non-Sindhi­s in Sindh.

June 4, 2012

Parliament and national security

US relati­ons with Pakist­an are at a low point, milita­ry has little to lose by conced­ing ground to parlia­ment.

March 21, 2012

States do let go of territories

Contra­ry to Ejaz Haider’s claim, states do let go of people and territ­ories throug­h peacef­ul means.

February 22, 2012

The myth of the ‘urban-rural’ divide

Sadly, Mr Burki's articl­e does not clearl­y convey what is meant by “resolv­ing” the urban-rural divide.

June 29, 2011