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The ouster in Pakistan is actually a glimmer of hope

ONCE AGAIN, Pakistanis are being reminded of an unfortunate pattern. In the nation’s 70-year history, not one prime minister has served out a full...

Going gently into the good night

For his dying father, legendary Welsh poet Dylan Thomas wrote the fabled ‘Do not go gently into that good night’. “Do not go gentle into...

How Well Is Pakistan Dealing With Its Fiscal Deficit?

the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz-led (PML-N) federal government in Pakistan presented its final budget before the next general elections. The government has termed the budget...

Lucrative diplomacy

PRIME MINISTER Nawaz Sharif has a kidney stone. It is his second. The first is an equally painful obstruction called Imran Khan. This latest disclosure...

‘Rejection of discord and disharmony’

Taking out bad to badder dudes The good thing that may come out of Nawaz Sharif’s departure is the process of change to another system....

Pakistan Turns to China in Energy Binge

Prime Minister Sharif tries to revive economy—and his re-election bid—with $21 billion electricity plan When Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif came to office in 2013, rolling...

NATIONAL ACTION PLAN

Spearhead Analysis – 09.12.2016 By ShahBano Khan Research Analyst, Spearhead Research As we fast approach the darkest day in December, the national consciousness will once again be jostled into a...

The general’s legacy

BY ARIF NIZAMI The good and the bad Insiders claim that Sharif was loath to extend the tenure of the incumbent military chief despite being counselled...

Parliament Watch: Can PTI’s ‘divided house’ make the final push on...

Imran Khan’s tenacity in pursuing Panamagate notwithstanding, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI), of late, seems to be lacking the oomph that may be required to...

Sainthoods earned

NOW that Pope Francis has finished with the business of canonising Mother Teresa as Saint Teresa of Kolkata, perhaps he might apply his mind...