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Kamila Hyat
The desperation among people for change is quite obvious. It is the force which drives people towards Imran Khan and all that he promises, most markedly in urban centres.
In the vast rural outback of the country, the appeal of the PTI and its ...
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Hussain H Zaidi
The contrast between the two countries could hardly have been more eye-catching. While Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was jeered at by his countrymen in New York, the Indian diaspora in the US hosted a gala to welcome their premier on his maiden trip ...
Nadir Hassan
The dharnas in Islamabad, distracting as they are, have been beneficial for the government in allowing it to do what little work it does in the shadows, away from a watchful public eye.
The privatisation process was supposed to begin in earnest ...
Bilal Hussain
The 2013 elections saw Imran Khan and his party, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), emerge as one of Pakistan’s largest political parties. It won in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province but Khan’s inflated ego never accepted the outcome of the ...
Ershad Mahmud
The day Srinagar sank in flood water and Muzaffarabad virtually turned into a landlocked city due to flash floods people living on either side of the Line of Control (LoC) realised that both parts of the divided Kashmir region are facing serious ...
James Carroll
Commuters heading into Manhattan last week confronted electronic signs that flashed a warning; ‘UN Gen Assembly: Gridlock Alert.” But a midtown traffic jam was the least of it. At the UN itself, multiple crises collided, each claiming a moral right ...