Whether Imran Khan’s tsunami proves a mere storm in a tea cup or a genuine game changer, he is to be credited for making the electoral contest a lot more colourful.
Is the party of change undergoing a change?
“I am neither a liberal nor a conservative.”
Fashion critic Amna Haider adds Political Fashion Week to the calendar as she rummages through the wardrobes of Pakistan’s leading political luminaries.
The Memogate and the NRO cases marked the height of the triangular battle between the PPP, the Supreme Court and the GHQ.
More than a month into 2012, the past year already feels like a distant memory. Newsline has compiled some of the biggest events of 2011 as a reminder of the many tragedies and occasional triumphs that took place not so long ago.
Will Imran Khan succeed in juggling a bevy of heavyweights who are diametrically opposed to him and to each other?
Spats, brawls, scuffles, tiffs and quibbles: call them what you want but 2011 was full of confrontations and Newsline recaps the biggest face-offs of 2011.
2011 must rank as a year of major confrontations, sparking off a chain of rumours regarding the imminent fall of the government and creating an atmosphere of instability in the country.
Elections are not scheduled to take place until 2013 but the race for the power seat has already begun.