Will the same self-seeking opportunists make it to parliament, or will 2013 throw up a few good men and women who seek to turn this country around?
While Malala is making a slow yet steady recovery, Pakistan continues to be tormented by her tormentors.
Should one expect to see more ministers adopt the agenda of the fundamentalist lobby henceforth, in order to save their own skin or curry favour with them?
Every shameful act, every shocking incident in Pakistan is branded a “conspiracy” and swept under the carpet.
It is Pakistan’s 65th anniversary, but what should we, the awam, be celebrating?
The judiciary and the government are caught in a tussle, but the people of Pakistan are the ones, as always, who are held hostage.
The war of words between the PML-N and the PPP has erupted again, and the choicest abuses are being hurled back and forth.
A war-like situation exists in Balochistan and the government seems totally helpless – in fact, most legislators cannot even visit their own constituencies.
Who do the relatives of victims of sectarian killings turn to for justice – and future security?
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