Tag: Nawaz Sharif

License to Corruption

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has never been an issue for the masses, who if given a chance would like to see all the...

Article 63-A: Confessions of a voter

Those were the day when Farooq Leghari was the president of Pakistan. He had already dismissed the government of his benefactor Bibi Sahiba Shaheed...

PML-N top leaders discuss options to tackle ‘transgressors of Constitution’

In a consultative meeting of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chaired by party supremo Nawaz Sharif in London, various options were discussed for...

PTI’s whitepaper on Sharif family corruption

Aiming to further escalate their movement against the incumbent government, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has issued a whitepaper against the Sharif family to expose their corruption.The...

Opposition’s Great Dilemma

Has the die been cast in favour of the opposition parties – the PML-N and the PPP – and Imran Khan and his PTI really on their last leg?

Smoking, Simmering, Smouldering

A near-miracle at the time of its creation, Pakistan requires another miracle to become the country it was envisioned to be. It was no easy task then, and it is going to be no easy task now. It has been rendered even more difficult with the adoption of policies which run contrary to the shape of the state the Quaid had stipulated

Still at the Crease

Faced with grave economic and political challenges, a hostile opposition and somewhat soured relations with the establishment, will a frazzled PM remain in the saddle till the next elections in 2023?

Sharifs vs. Sharifs

Will the PML-N fall victim to the infighting between generation next of the Sharif family or will it unite to clinch the next elections?

Disunity in the House of Ittefaq

Will Shehbaz Sharif’s pragmatic conciliatory stance prevail over elder brother Nawaz Sharif’s confrontationist approach?

Rights and Responsibilities

Is there any such concept as absolute freedom in the media across the world?



A General Dilemma

The military leadership once again stands as the deciding force. Whatever steps the military leadership takes or does not take from now, will have a direct bearing on the future of Pakistan — good or bad. The ball is in their court

July 2022

Open Magazine

Farewell My Friend

Mentor, friend, family and man of many parts, Khalid Hameed Farooqi’s demise leaves the world a sadder place

To talk or continue fighting with TTP?

Peace is always a preferred option, but it only works if enforced from a position of strength, with ample verifiable guarantees and monitoring mechanisms to ensure prevention of intrigues and resurgence of any evil

The Entertainment Menu

TV One is again offering a great mix of...

Shifting sand dunes

The world is passing through a transitional phase, where...

Understanding the Baloch Liberation Army

With a history of violence, Balochistan Liberation Army has...

Economic Crisis Worsens

Pakistan’s economy is passing through the most difficult phase...

License to Corruption

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has never been an...

Woes of South Asian Cities

Tumhein fikr hai apne ghar kiMujhe har gali ka...