Sunday August 14, 2022
Mohammed Sarwar Khan

  • July 03, 2022

    A crisis and a reset

    There is nothing inevitable about the constitutional and economic crises that we are facing. These are a consequence of our civilian and military...

  • March 24, 2022

    Is the OIC still relevant?

    As Pakistan celebrates its contribution to the UN resolution against Islamophobia, it has hosted the 48th OIC Conference of Foreign Ministers ,...

  • March 05, 2022

    Travesty of justice

    The writer is a former secretary, Law & Justice Commission of Pakistan.Societies that tolerate such systems of justice and accountability that are...

  • December 31, 2021

    Constitution and equality

    The constitution is at its most prominent when the ruling elite’s interests are affected and agitated before the courts. But, arguably, more...

  • December 13, 2021

    Fighting corruption

    Transparency International-Pakistan’s National Corruption Perception Survey 2021 identified the police and the judiciary as the ‘most...

  • December 01, 2021

    Electoral reforms

    A genuine concern for democracy and the vote must go beyond the formalism of the process and mechanics of voting – that an electronic voting...

  • November 17, 2021

    Does anyone care about life?

    The writer is former secretary, Law & Justice Commission of Pakistan.Another brutal murder – this time, an 11-year-old, who was raped, tortured...

  • October 18, 2021

    Salvaging PTI’s reform agenda

    Capitalising on its reforms in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the PTI came into government promising major reforms to improve the quality of governance,...