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Massacre in Sahiwal

Spearhead Opinion – 29.01.2019 The blatant massacre of a family on a highway near Sahiwal by members of the CTD (Counter Terrorism Department) outraged and...

The Make or Break Battle Between Islamabad and Sindh Begins Abruptly

By Shaheen Sehbai THE ECL BAN on the entire PPP/Sindh leadership and key officials, barring them from leaving the country, marks the sudden start of an...

Sub judice!?

By M Ziauddin Without meaning to interfere in the workings of the SC, one would like to recall here that the UK had abolished “scandalising...

New low in civil-military relations in Pakistan

Brown Pundits By Omar Ali From Dr Hamid Hussain A brief summary of my response to many questions from non-Pakistanis (but keen observers of the scene) not...

Who rules Pakistan?

By Najam Sethi As Pakistan turns 70, political scientists are trying to fathom the dimensions and implications of a new twist in an old paradigm:...

Where Angels Fear to Tread

Spearhead Analysis – 07.08.2017 By Farrukh Karamat Senior Research Coordinator, Spearhead Research The Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP) issued its verdict and with the stroke of a pen Mr. Nawaz...

A Mad Tea Party

Spearhead Analysis – 13.07.2017 By Farrukh Karamat Senior Research Coordinator, Spearhead Research The Joint Investigation Team (JIT) for Panamagate, endorsed and mandated by the Supreme Court, has completed its work...

JIT REPORT: what follows..

Spearhead Opinion – 12.07.2017 By ShahBano Khan Research Analyst, Spearhead Research The Panama Leaks case, highly controversial but equally publicized, is expected to finally reach its zenith. Months of...

Pride not Pity

Spearhead Opinion – 07.07.2017 By Farrukh Karamat Senior Research Coordinator, Spearhead Research ‘Life is too short for long pity parties. Get busy living, or get busy dying.” As if...

The clash of institutions

By Arif Nizami Anathema to democracy Likening the Sharifs to the Sicilian clan by Justice Azmat Saeed — one of the three members of the special...