Why is delimitation so contentious in the US and so ignored in Pakistan?
When tomatoes were selling for Rs300 a kilo in Lahore they were available at Indian Rs40 in Amritsar.
Extremism has become conflated with violence and terrorism.
The American leader’s cavalier attitude has unleashed fresh thinking on a number of issues.
Ordinary folk base their choice on pragmatic considerations.
How do individuals exist at this level of deprivation?
Dr Salam and Iqbal did not know their future careers at the start of their education, nor did they start it in English.
The real issue is social inequality. Without gains on this front economic justice would remain unattainable.
Very few graduates want to join the CSS.
Intellectual honesty demands a stance of neutrality on CPEC till the terms and conditions are disclosed.
There may be no place in Pakistan to run away to.
Some questions reveal a sloppiness that comes in the way of a proper understanding of the question.
We seem to be living in a world in which anything goes.
Standards have slipped because regulatory capacity has been outstripped by the number of facilities.
How the terrorists who have been eliminated were identified and located so quickly?
It is quite hard to believe that our enemies convinced us to create these monsters.
It is reasonable to ask for a transparent disclosure of the rules applicable to land grants.
Why is no one willing to change a broken development model?
What came of all the colonial-era investment and what economic transformations did it sustain?
One can say that classical music is dead in Pakistan because the art form is not part of the sensibility of a new