Pakistan needs Turkey’s ruling AKP party to stick around a bit longer: it has been a great friend and could be a unparalleled mentor.
“The ministry plans to introduce legislation against hate literature,” says Shahbaz Bhatti, Federal Minister for Minorities.
“We need this gas urgently, but on the other hand, not at this price,” says Dr Gulfraz Ahmad.
The investigation into Benazir Bhutto’s assassination has raised more questions than it has answered.
Will Pakistan succeed in blocking India’s attempts to secure a patent on the Kashmiri pashmina?
The government’s decision to base new electoral rolls on old NICs seems to be more than wasteful incompetence – it may make the 2007 elections ripe for rigging.
“There is no plot that is free of cost no matter what the person’s rank,” says Major General Shaukat Sultan, DG, ISPR.
The Supreme Court moves to reverse the controversial PSM privatisation.
Iran prepares to exploit the holes blown into the global non-proliferation rules by America’s recent nuke deal with India.
The nuclear stand-off between Iran and the United States takes a serious turn.