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Will early elections end the
political crisis of Pakistan?

By Dr. Maleeha Lodhi The opposition led by former Prime Minister Imran Khan is continuing to demand early elections. The coalition government comprising nine...

Forced disappearances
of Baloch students

By Zahid Hussain FREQUENT reports of abductions of Baloch students from universities across the country allegedly by security agencies have triggered widespread protests, and...

Bigger military role — why?

By Pervez Hoodbhoy AFTER the PTI-army ‘same-page’ relationship turned into a raging and ugly divorce, one expected some reluctance from Shahbaz Sharif’s PML-N government in...

Another law for the
Overseas Pakistanis’ vote

By Ahmed Bilal Mehboob LAST week, the parliament of Pakistan once again legislated about Overseas Pakistanis (OP) ‘right to vote’ in Pakistani elections and...

After the long march

By Zahid Hussain IT was an abrupt end to the much-hyped ‘freedom march’. Imran Khan’s threat to storm the capital with over a million...

Punjab’s political crisis

By Maleeha Lodhi Pakistan’s largest province and political heartland has been in the throes of a crisis for almost two months now and there...

Pakistan badly needs a rudder

By Pervez Hoodbhoy WITH economic meltdown around the corner and the dollar over the roof, panic is all around. If successful, Finance Minister Miftah Ismail’s IMF...

Kashmir – what policy
the UK Govt follows?

By Nation special correspondent LONDON: The Minister of State, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon, has said that we recognise that there are human rights concerns...

Pak SC bars transfers,
new appointments in
high-profile criminal
and NAB related cases

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Thursday barred authorities from making new appointments and transferring officials involved in "high-profile" and National Accountability Bureau (NAB) cases as well as those being heard by special...

Kashmir – what policy
the UK Govt follows?

By Nation special correspondent LONDON: The Minister of State, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon, has said that we recognise that there are human rights concerns...