The PTI chief and his tabdeeli brigade are all set for another dharna show on November 30. What political gains the leader aims to make from this repeat telecast after Dr. Qadri is back to reinvigorate the anti-government movement is not hard to imagine. The government is a bit anxious which given its superdooper governance . . . → Read More: Politics for dummies
After being criticised by all and sundry over his demand for inclusion of Inter-Services Intelligence and Military Intelligence men in the judicial probe of alleged rigging in 2013 election by PTI chief Imran Khan, the beleaguered PTI now claims that the Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif has offered Imran Khan the inclusion of . . . → Read More: Should PTI be maligning Gen Raheel in the rigging probe muddle
By Muhammad Ali Ehsan
The last time I shook his hand, he was leaving 1 Corps Headquarters Mangla for Rawalpindi. I was posted at the Corps Headquarters as a Grade 11 staff officer. On that day, General Pervez Musharraf had no idea why he was being summoned to Rawalpindi by the prime minister. . . . → Read More: Gen Musharraf – Too late for regrets
Imran Khan says PTI won’t remain peaceful after Nov 30 rally in Islamabad
Apparently frustrated by the fact that their three-month-long agitation against the government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has failed in achieving their primary objective – the prime minister’s resignation –Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and his close ally Sheikh Rashid . . . → Read More: PTI won’t remain peaceful after November 30 rally in Islamabad: Imran Khan
WHY does the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) wish to garnish its credentials as a party that isn’t bound by the law and its procedures? Whether it’s Imran Khan’s resolve to oust Nawaz Sharif in a manner not contemplated by the letter or spirit of our Constitution or his call for civil disobedience (encouraging people to refuse . . . → Read More: PTI’s above the law thinking
The author has often wondered like most Pakistanis if our leadership is in fact that or the mockery of one. This of course, is not without reason and comes days after the price of petroleum has been slashed by Rs 9.43. While it is amusing to watch the government and the PTI to engage in . . . → Read More: Politics after the world wide web
By Babar Sattar
WHY does the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) wish to garnish its credentials as a party that isn’t bound by the law and its procedures? Whether it’s Imran Khan’s resolve to oust Nawaz Sharif in a manner not contemplated by the letter or spirit of our Constitution or his call for civil disobedience . . . → Read More: Preferential treatment for PTI
The recent reports regarding Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf’s agreement on the revisions proposed by Jamat-i-Islami in the curriculum for public schools in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, have not been well received in some quarters of Pakistan. The changes for the new academic session commencing April 1, 2015 include removal of ‘objectionable’ content such as pictures of unveiled school girls and . . . → Read More: The future of public education in KPK
By Haider Mehdi
I have always admired the analysis and commentary of many leading geo political thought leaders and subject matter specialists from within and outside Pakistan, who specialize and voice their views on Pakistan and its current crisis.
Most of them have the masterful ability to analyse and present complex issues with amazing . . . → Read More: Pakistanis must opt for change
The mother of five-year-old Kashan Ahmad is a protester and seeks justice from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan against those doctors of a government hospital in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa who according to her did something wrong during an appendix operation and made her child abnormal.
She came with her husband and two children from Mianwali in . . . → Read More: Woman blames KPK government for child’s misshaped appendix operation