Politics

Politics at the Bench: The Pakistani Judiciary’s Ambitions and Interventions

As the country’s opposition looks to its next moves, the courts may have a key role to play. YASSER KURESHI…

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In swan song, Gen Bajwa fires warning shot at politicians: ‘Army’s patience has limits’

Outgoing army chief, who retires on Nov, 29, was addressing ceremony to honor war martyrs. ISLAMABAD In what he said…

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What really happened to Jinnah’s Pakistan…?

The truth is, at no point did the All-India Muslim League or its president Muhammad Ali Jinnah invoke Medina or…

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Politics of polarization and attacks on syncretic traditions

The democratic narrative where people’s problems should be at the forefront needs to be boosted with full energy. By Dr.…

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Political Parties’ Vulgar Vandalism

Sindh Government, leadership of the PPP and JUI are bound to show their constitutional responsibilities and respect for the ECP’s…

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One Unit continues indirectly under the 1973 Constitution

Plunder of Sindh’s resources continue while the State Institutions are strengthening feudal and extremist elements to weaken secular and progressive…

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Has the fight for democratic economic order begun?

Public perception exists that there are literally two Pakistans: one is for the privileged sections of society which is the…

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Pakistan: Stoking the Fire in Karachi

Ethnic, political and sectarian rivalries, jihadist groups, criminality and heavy-handed security policies are turning Pakistan’s biggest city into a pressure…

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Fantasy symptom of turmoil

Reforms that could have transformed country’s fate through high-growing economy and sustainable trajectory were often neglected Most of the problems…

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Why CPI (M) is planning a Muslim convention in coastal Karnataka

Muneer Katipalla, the main organizer of the upcoming Muslim conference and state committee member of the CPI (M), believes he…

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