Pakistan’s Supreme Court has become morbidly activist, its chief justice luxuriating in an exaggerated pantomime of anti-politician ‘justice’ while a mountain of case backlog grows in the courts.
Pakistan’s free fall continues under politicians, judges who represent state’s dark side
India, Pakistan have forgotten this Lahorite, a great scientist and public intellectual
Poor minorities are usually the target of Pakistan’s blasphemy laws
Words in the holy book indicate Semitic contacts with other civilisations.
Time was when judiciary shrank from brawling with executive in Pakistan. No more
The portrayal of Alauddin Khilji is setting off many arguments.
Pakistan Army’s senior leadership has let down its soldiers, lower-rung officers
The jousting and collusion of prayer and power in Pakistan
Asma Jahangir opposed military dictators, alienated religious parties, did not mince words against the country’s highest court.
Cases of child abuse are considered too routine to be reported in Pakistan
Protection and promotion of Hafiz Saeed is taking a toll on the rule of law in Pakistan
Zia Mohyeddin evokes classicism in an environment of vulgar exaggeration
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader does not hide his links with soothsayers. But is this association just spiritual?
Grievances about development underlie the province’s political crisis
Benazir Bhutto had a premonition she would be killed, took steps to prepare for it
Leaked contents of General Bajwa’s meeting with senators help Pakistan army’s image
Pakistan’s Christmas gesture to Kulbhushan Jadhav’s family is a good augury
It is the touchstone of being Pakistani and politicians cannot forget that
Pakistan establishment’s misuse of religion has paved the way for sectarianism
Daku: Why he robs walls in the night
Papa CJ started stand-up comedy in 2004 after his visit to the annual Fringe festival in Edinburgh. Since then, amongst various places, he has performed at the Sydney Opera House and also at gun-point in South Africa, he quips.