Bilawal leaves Pakistan after argument with Zardari
Bilawal leaves Pakistan, not to lead PPP election campaign
Bilawal Bhutto leaves Pak after tiff with Zardari over PPP . . . → Read More: Angry Bilawal
It seems Mr Sehbai is not clear in his own mind about the role he wants the Army to play. He blames Gen Kayani for sitting on the sidelines and letting the country slide into the current mess. Yet he blames 10 years of Army rule which incidentally except for first three years of Musharraf . . . → Read More: Sehbai on Kayani: Can’t Live… with or without you
By Ghalib Sultan
Lahore hosted diplomats and other foreign dignitaries including the Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey at the launch of the new metro bus mass transit system. The launch ceremony went well and Lahorites hoped and prayed that the metro bus is a success and serves the masses. Unfortunately not everyone thought it was . . . → Read More: WHO SPEAKS FOR PAKISTAN?
By-elections are often ignored as nothing more than parties reclaiming a seat they had lost to some unfortunate incident or disqualification. In the last five years multiple by-elections have taken place and in most cases they have produced nothing exciting or out of the ordinary.
. . . → Read More: Sharifs sweep by-elections in Punjab
The state of affairs in Pakistan does not permit its residents to remain aloof from politics. Insecurity and job instability in a country with double digit inflation is a rising concern for many middle class families and even upper class families have begun to fear for their future. Energy shortages and red tape has shut . . . → Read More: One vote: one step closer
Arm chair politics is a sport everyone eligible to vote in this country loves to play. We pride ourselves on the belief that most of our population is way more politically aware than the typified American who wouldn’t know a map if it bit him. We argue amongst ourselves, we blame the system, protest against . . . → Read More: Why We Must Vote