Images of the Jamaat’s Al Khidmat workers handing out rations to members of Peshawar’s transgender community were heart
We are testing far fewer people than is being done in the developed world.
Notwithstanding silly, selfish individuals, so many citizens are reaching out to their less fortunate neighbours.
The arrest comes after months and months of targeting media groups that are seen as reluctant to toe the line.
Rights campaigners have always faced untold challenges.
Continued IMF support must be seen against the backdrop of regional political developments rather than economic.
Is it really that they lack the acumen and finesse with which Sharifuddin Pirzada’s served his masters?
Rules are being made, bypassing parliament, to make social media platforms fall in line.
So, what do we do? Wait for more Ehsan audios as he has threatened to release?
What happens when a government is found wanting in crucial areas?
Journalists, from the editor down to the front-line reporters, may need help with post-traumatic stress.
The much-maligned elected civilian politicians may have a lot to answer for but it is equally true that they were never
It is of course for the parties to decide such issues within, rather than these being anybody else’s call.
For now, they will be content with ‘sharing’ power in the larger ‘national interest’.
Its first 18 months in power have seen the government limping from one crisis to another.
Through years of dictatorship and censorship in Pakistan, Sairbeen provided a lifeline to the audience.
Once the detailed verdict was out, one paragraph seemed to have acquired a life greater than the entire judgement.
Not too many have focused on the abject, miserable failure that is the Punjab government.
Only the very pretentious among the members of the Fourth Estate will believe they cause governments to fall.
Even mainstream ‘opposition’ parties have not felt embarrassed about dancing to the establishment’s tune.