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Why Don’t They Leave Then?

Why Don’t They Leave Then?

As if multitude of problem facing us; war, poverty, terrorism, unemployment, power cuts etc; was not enough, our buffoon leaders grasp every opportunity to embarrass the whole nation in front of the...
Capital Suggestion

Capital Suggestion

On one side is the Supreme Court’s order which is categorical, clear-cut and specific. On the other side is the party head whose near-dictatorial powers are all-encompassing both in scope as well...
The Downside of Martyrdom

The Downside of Martyrdom

  Once Prime Minister Gilani makes up his mind, he’s full of indecision. In the mouth of our chief executive, the practice of flip-flopping has been elevated to the equivalent of...
The Final Episodes of a Political Fiasco

The Final Episodes of a Political Fiasco

It is only the beginning of 2012, but one can very well predict the course this year might take, right from its very onset. If PTI’s ‘Tsunami’ and ‘Memogate issue’ shook some political...
Gilani- the Redundant Prime Minister

Gilani- the Redundant Prime Minister

problem with this prime minister is that he’s good for absolutely nothing but being used by others. Charlatanism of some degree..
Is Aitzaz Ahsan the Next PM?

Is Aitzaz Ahsan the Next PM?

According to a source extremely close to the president, it seems that serious discussions are underway about replacing Prime Minister..
Zardari’s Counter-Insurgency

Zardari’s Counter-Insurgency

In effect, Babar Awan would sing, tweet and scream; Haqqani would play the good-servant and fall on his sword; and Jahangir..
No Memo Martyrs, Please

No Memo Martyrs, Please

The prime minister has claimed that a conspiracy against his democratically elected government is in full swing.