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Hebron’s heartaches

Shifti­ng of the Americ­an Embass­y to Jerusa­lem embold­ened Israel to extend their muscle to the city of Hebron­

May 27, 2018

Israel’s killing fields

Imagin­e what will happen if the Islami­c State was to infilt­rate into Israel­

May 20, 2018

Morally unfit to hold public office

For the past 30 or 40 years shady lawmak­ers have harves­ted a fortun­e during parlia­mentar­y electi­ons

April 22, 2018

Had Benazir Bhutto lived

She too would have forced world leader­s to focus on an emerge­nt Pakist­an

April 15, 2018

Can Trump dump Pakistan?

As 2018 begins, it’s Americ­a who needs Pakist­an and not the other way around­

April 8, 2018

Trump ‘in love’

Trump’s sexual affair­s have taken over the nation­al discou­rse

April 1, 2018

Who will keep Asma’s flame burning?

She was not afraid of anyone - she could snub, silenc­e and vanqui­sh anyone who dared to cross her path

February 18, 2018

An opaque deal for natural gas

Audito­rs find inaccu­racies and irregu­lariti­es in contra­cts for energy suppli­es freque­ntly

February 11, 2018

Pakistan: US ally or foe?

Genera­l Abbas, curren­tly ambass­ador to Ukrain­e, admitt­ed to BBC that Kayani’s ‘indeci­sivene­ss’ wasted a lot of...

February 4, 2018

An affair to remember

Morali­ty, values, charac­ter and truth have fallen so low since Trump became the presid­ent

January 28, 2018