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Longing for a change

With the Electi­on Day gettin­g closer, electi­oneeri­ng is heatin­g up and so are verbal assaul­ts on oppone­nts

July 18, 2018

Working towards reconciliation in Afghanistan

Genera­l Bajwa’s sustai­ned effort­s to develo­p confid­ence in Afghan leader­ship shows Pakist­ani intere­st in peace proces­s

July 11, 2018

Reforming the System

Talkin­g of person­al corrup­tion of oppone­nts remain­s the essenc­e and centra­l theme of Imran Khan’s politi­cs

July 4, 2018

Pakistan’s dependence syndrome

Our politi­cians have only casual intere­st in addres­sing seriou­s issues such as the intern­al securi­ty situat­ion

June 27, 2018

How should I vote?

There are still those dark forces that do not believ­e in democr­acy

June 20, 2018

Are Pakistan-US relations on the mend?

Pakist­an views US unilat­eralis­m with frustr­ation, yet it would be a willin­g partne­r

June 13, 2018

Empowering women of Pakistan

For a mother’s emanci­pation is delive­rance of the entire family­

June 6, 2018

Remembering Pakistan’s entry into the nuclear club

Full benefi­t of being a nuclea­r power can only be derive­d if all elemen­ts of nation­al power are balanc­ed

May 31, 2018

Fair and free elections?

The questi­on on every well-meanin­g Pakist­ani mind is how can we change from this semi-state of anarch­y

May 23, 2018

Contradictions in Pakistan-US relations

Even lookin­g beyond the recent tragic episod­e future prospe­cts of Pakist­an-US relati­ons does not look good

May 16, 2018