Politics

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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Sindh’s struggle for abolition of One Unit

As a result of one and half a decade long movement, the One Unit was abolished on July 1, 1970…

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Stop Promoting Political Pigmies

The producers of the film called ‘Imran Khan’ must think over their production and the damage done by it. Nazeer…

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What really happened to Jinnah’s Pakistan…?

Will a polarized Pakistan, seek refuge on a society governed by clerics? Or, shall the angry or frustrated young men…

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When masters don’t hear the people’s voice…..

What happens when 220 million people are presented with the shamefaced reality that their institutions are shambolic, their representatives purely…

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What is happening in Pakistan’s politics…?

At the moment, Pakistan has no government after Khan dissolved the cabinet. Between elections, there is usually a caretaker setup…

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Scripted Parliamentary Coup!

When immature politicians are imposed upon the country, such unparliamentary outcomes are natural. Nazeer Ahmed Arijo On April 3rd, the…

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Politics, Insanity And The Snake Pit…

An important factor in Khan’s troubles is the apparent loss of military support. The relationship with the military began to…

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