'A major mistake we made was treating the Taliban the same as al-Qaeda'
Cities in developed countries and most developing countries have local trains to facilitate commuters
It’s literally unimaginable
'Who is to say that after returning price control powers to DCs, they would also restore all judicial authorities?'
A third of healthcare workers in Pakistan have suffered violence in the past six months
'Tensions between authorities and Dua’s family became evident from the very start'
Protests grew violent and a police van was torched while the cops resorted to crowd control measures to maintain order
Even though the assuring commitments of a clean and green Pakistan seem fruitful, shortcomings need to be addressed
On an average 12 cases of child abuse are reported every day
Work on the project goes on and on, but mysteriously never ends
Students organising the march this year have conceded that a similar march last year failed to produce any results
Nawaz Sharif has flown abroad for medical treatment, but political point-scoring by the govt and PML-N continues
Most fires occur due to faulty wiring
At least one person has been killed and several others injured as police clashed with rioters
In a bid to bring down flour prices, the govt must eliminate the 60 per cent duty on import of wheat