Pakistan has lifted the moratorium on capital punishment. But can we afford the price of responding to terror with terror?
It began as the dream of an idealistic young group, but the PPP began to unravel even before it had attained maturation.
Even though Qadri has chosen a quasi-sectarian route to power, prospects of sectarian war developing between his Barelvi followers and his Deobandi rivals looms large.
A former collector of Osmanabad recounts the events that led to India’s annexation of Hyderabad.
Political activist Farkhanda Bokhari’s honest and heartfelt memoir of her years as a revolutionary and later in exile makes for a worthy read.
Has Balochistan been alienated to the point of no return, or is there a way out?
The debate on the creation of new provinces rages in the country and Newsline examines the constitutional, legal, administrative and economic implications of this step.
Jamil Ahmad’s fictional narrative, derived from real-life stories, takes you on an illuminating journey through Pakistan’s tribal belt.
What are the consequences of Zulfiqar Mirza’s diatribe for the PPP, Sindh and the crises-ridden state of Pakistan?
Is any party interested in analysing the merits and demerits of the commissionerate versus the local government system, or do they only want a system that serves their own interests?