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‘Real cause of fiscal imbalances is not the provinces, but the...

By Hassan Sheerazi Rejecting the Centre’s demand for upfront share of seven per cent for security under the new National Finance Commission award, senior economist...

THE ACCIDENTAL PM

PERHAPS the bravest person in Pakistan is Mr Zaheer ud din Khan, chairperson of the Central Board of Film Censors. The Central Board permitted the...

Why SC Rejected LHC Ruling on Nomination Papers

The Pakistan Supreme Court overruled a Lahore High Court (LHC) ruling regarding reform of the nomination papers last Sunday - Will this lead to...

After Noon: bets for the 2018 election

By Murtaza Solangi The establishment wants a fractured parliament but the N-League will hold on. The fog is lifting and blurry images are getting clearer by the...

Dam or be damned

By Raashid Wali Janjua What stops us to build big reservoirs to tap the nature’s bounty that we so wantonly gift away to the oceans...

Delimitation method in Election 2018

By Hassan Yousaf Shah “It’s not how you play the game. It’s how the game plays you.” The outcome of the delimitation, due in the next two...

Best left unlived

By F.S. Aijazuddin SOME days are best left unlived. These first days of 2018 are amongst them. Our past merits no mourners. Our present is...

Legal eye: Crisis of expectations

The Supreme Court heard and dismissed the Sharif review petitions. Given the narrow scope of review, nothing dramatic was expected in terms of outcome. Litigation...

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...

What we still don’t know about the lawyers’ movement

By Maryam Khan The Lawyers’ Movement is too fresh in our collective memory to need any introduction. It has attracted ubiquitous media coverage and commentary,...