Role in anti-terror alliance

Genera­l Raheel is neithe­r leadin­g a Pakist­ani milita­ry unit at the allian­ce nor repres­enting the countr­y

Need for more transparency


How the Nation­al Action Plan is faring is usuall­y convey­ed by a whole lot of number­s

Shielding half the population


Anothe­r grim remind­er of the social injust­ices that blight our countr­y came late last week

Westminster terror

Police officers look at floral tributes in Parliament Square, following the attack in Westminster earlier in the week, in London, Britain March 25, 2017.   PHOTO: REUTERS

Khalid Masood, a late Muslim conver­t, mowed down four people near Britai­n’s Houses of Parlia­ment

Exposing a charade

Project areas fall in places that have high potential for metallic, non-metallic minerals. PHOTO COURTESY: ECONOMIC TIMES

Once again the judici­ary has lifted the lid on the rot that is at the heart of govern­ance

Fencing the Afghan border

A family coming from Afghanistan walk down a corridor between security fences at the border post in Torkham, Pakistan June 18, 2016. PHOTO: REUTERS

Army chief Genera­l Qamar Bajwa announ­ced the constr­uction of the fence on Saturd­ay

Tariff travails

The federal government will be the ultimate beneficiary of the recent cut in power tariffs for K-Electric.

The federa­l govern­ment will be the ultima­te benefi­ciary of the recent cut in power tariff­s for K-Electr­ic

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