When George Galloway came to town with a cigar and his signature swank, people sat up and listened.
Would Zardari’s coalition government prefer to be ‘martyred’ by the judiciary instead of opting for the saner option of announcing early elections?
Politicians scavenge for votes in Lyari but turn a blind eye to the corpses that have lined up as a result of the endless turf war.
“I have taken an oath on the Kalima that if I am the son of a Baloch I will never return to the People’s Party.”
The war of words between the PML-N and the PPP has erupted again, and the choicest abuses are being hurled back and forth.
Newsline takes you back in time to the year 1990 when Asif Zardari had claimed, “If the party comes into power again, I will be sure to put my little bit in…”
The Memogate and the NRO cases marked the height of the triangular battle between the PPP, the Supreme Court and the GHQ.
From being viewed as a pliant puppet, Prime Minister Gilani may yet end up altering the civil-military balance in favour of the civilians.
Will the PPP survive as a political force in 2012?
Elections are not scheduled to take place until 2013 but the race for the power seat has already begun.