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Zardari’s call for PPP’s return to power

Asif Haroon Raja | For over six months, Asif Ali Zardari has been confidently claiming that the PPP will form governments in the centre and...

What is Nawaz Sharif’s “Narrative”?

Jan Achakzai | The Panama judgment was the red line for the ex-Prime Minister, Mian Nawaz Sharif (MNS), to cross by an institution, when it...

An overview of Pakistani politics from 1947 to Gen. Zia

Asif Haroon Raja | Muhammad Ali Jinnah achieved the miracle of the 20th century by creating Pakistan on August 14, 1947, against gravest odds but breathed...

CEO Club Pakistan launches “100 CEOs-Leaders & Companies of Pakistan”

CEO Club Pakistan launched latest edition of "100 CEOs - Leaders & Companies of Pakistan" this week, in Islamabad. Event at the prestigious Serena...

No cherry picking of law breakers – Part II

Ikran Sehgal | In his address to the Constituent Assembly on 11 August 1947, the Quaid said that “Jobbery, graft nepotism and bribe has to...

Pakistan at 70

Adil Najam | Pakistan turned 70 on August 14, 2017. It has been a tumultuous journey. Exciting. Adventurous. Unpredictable. Sometimes uplifting. Often heartbreaking. And, often,...

Elitocracy: The Pakistani democratic system

Nauman Sadiq | The biggest fault in democracy, as it is practiced all over the world, is the election campaign funding part, because the individuals...

2018 Elections will be pointless: without “major electoral reforms”

Farid Malik| If the next elections are held without major electoral reforms, it will be as futile an exercise as the ten elections held after...

Is PML-N a threat to democracy?

PML-N remains unbeatable in Punjab not because of its deeds but rather due to its misdeeds. Its manipulative mechanisms are well entrenched. It is...

Are Pakistani politicians dancing with Perkin’s hitmen?

Imtiaz Gul | John Perkins, the best selling author of the book 'Confessions of An Economic Hitman,' talks of how corrupt rulers of smaller developing nations...

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