Both countries have a sovereign right to review economic alliances and their terms in the best interest of their own people, and not the ruling families. HUSSAIN SAQIB Acknowledging its economic development under its revered leader, Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan has vowed to learn from Malaysia. He has been a long-time admirer of the … More Will Pakistani leader learn from Malaysia’s Chinese experience?
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who is politically and physically besieged in his official palace in Islamabad due to a massive sit-in of his political opponents, received support from forgotten allies. Pakistan’s right-wing extremist parties sympathizing with terrorists, some of which are banned by the government due to their terrorists activities, today took out a … More Terror sponsors rally to support beleaguered Nawaz Sharif
If Supreme Court decision on Karachi delimitation of constituencies is any indication, the coming elections in Karachi are not going to be fair, at least in Karachi. ECP violated earlier order of the SC on delimitation under pressure from MQM and put a big question mark on its independence and credibility. Which had already become … More Elections 2013 will not be fair, indicates SC order on delimitation….
Everyone is entitled to his or her opinion and the civilized societies respect opinions even when they do not subscribe to it. Drones being used to kill terrorists may be a “cost-effective” military solution in the eyes of hawks in US administration but the fact that their collateral damage in the loss of innocent human … More Drone criticism is not an act of blasphemy….
Imran Khan’s Peace March to restive FATA region of Pakistan for highlighting the woes of innocent victims of drone attacks has already taken off and is midway. The rally is massive by all measures keeping in view the numbers, the distance involved and the riskiness of destination terrain. Yet, the TV images of the zeal … More Waziristan anti-drone march: Who will march against the atrocities of TTP?