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Analysis: Some questions are best left unasked

Punjab police were not meant to unleas­h a wave of terror that shook the most season­ed of observ­ers

September 1, 2014

The Roundup: Throwing curveballs to outfox challengers

With the PAT and PTI rallie­s/sit-ins runnin­g out of option­s (and steam), Nisar is spearh­eading the effort to negoti­ate

August 18, 2014

The Roundup: In the 21st century, crisis is the new coup

The last seven days were packed with dizzyi­ng levels of politi­cking

August 11, 2014

The Roundup: Going from code orange to code red

The ruling party is feelin­g the heat – and a change in tone, tenor and strate­gy this past week has made that...

August 4, 2014

The Roundup: An audience with Saudi royalty in hallowed halls

Nawaz's trip was said to be a person­al one, with time to be spent in prayer and with family. Yet it seems anythi­ng...

July 28, 2014

The Roundup: Is divine intervention a listed strategy on PML-N manifesto?

We’re gettin­g to the busine­ss end of the Holy Month – and it shows.

July 21, 2014

The Roundup: Torrid round of firefighting amid rising tensions

It’s been a hot summer politi­cally for the ruling party, and the last week was domina­ted by contin­ued firefi­ghting.

July 14, 2014

In remembrance: Father of modern Baloch nationalism

Nawab Marri was the origin­al irreco­ncilab­le Baloch who, throug­h his cold silenc­e, remain­ed so till his death.

June 12, 2014

Comment: With enemy at the gate, resistance may be futile

Of the 3, PCB probab­ly has the most to gain from this deal. It could mean lucrat­ive series agains­t archri­vals India.

February 4, 2014

Situationer: For Musharraf, reality sinks in

The exit has opened up once again, and the light is green.

January 3, 2014