Ikram Sehgal

Former Chairman, KE

Not a Real Estate Issue

Certainly not, says Ikram Sehgal, one of the few Pakistanis to have visited Israel, as he calls for a negotiated settlement of the simmering Palestine dispute that has taken several thousand lives over the years

Why not Khalistan?

The Sikh demand for a separate homeland is not without merit or legitimacy

Broadsheet: A Can of Worms

Instead of recovering the ill-gotten assets stashed abroad by Pakistan’s corrupt, through the Broadsheet agreement, we have ended up paying precious foreign exchange from our own coffers for a flawed document


Pak Army vows to punish those responsible for May 9 violence

Noose of law is also tightened around the planners and masterminds, who mounted the hate ripened and politically driven rebellion against the state and state institutions  

Political Transition: A Shift from Oligarchy to Plutocracy

The growing dominance of the wealthy in politics raises questions about Pakistan's commitment to democratic principles.

BIPL sale controversy, SHC orders ‘status-quo’

Transfer of the majority shares and management control to JS Group put on hold as one entity cannot own two banks under the Pakistani law

Shareholders demand SBP not to transfer BIPL shares to JS Bank

SHC Single Bench, which barred JS Group from acquiring another banking license, to hear the sale of BIPL to JS Bank case on Divisional Bench orders