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Kamran Rehmat



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Pakistan passing through a seminal moment in history

Operations have been conducted before as well, with ambiguity in targeting the enemy. Sharif however, vowed that there's going to be no distinction between the so-called “good” and “bad” Taliban...

Zardari-Bilawal tiff leaves PPP in an utter disarray

Zardari didn't give any timelines for when the Bhutto scion will resume political activities, but did say he himself would run the ship until then. This is a setback for the restless ranks...

CEC at last, but it's going to be a tightrope walk now

After leading massive shows of strength across the country, Khan is now planning to shut down the country as part of his protest campaign unless the Sharif government forms a judicial commission...

PTI and PML-N fight it out in a besieged capital today

That said, tactics being used by the PML-N still betray a fear of Khan's potential to rock the boat — against the run of play...

Finding a new CEC big headache for Sharif government

It has been 16 months since, but a consensus candidate is elusive with two deadlines set by the Supreme Court of Pakistan to fill the vacancy going unfulfilled....

Misbah: Theme for Pakistan's dream

Defying the odds, including the lengthening shadows of the afternoon of his life, the 40-year-old has restored faith in Pakistan cricket, fittingly becoming his country's most successful Test captain ...

PTI resignations: Dithering by design

No-one quite knows what it portends even though Khan has pulled impressive public meetings across the country that has forced everyone to sit up and take notice. But that's as far as it goes....

Pakistan People's Party jostles for political relevance

The virtually hibernating secular Pakistan People's Party (PPP), long the country's predominant political force, appears to be finally pushing the lid off. ...

Court rescues TV channel facing Nawaz Sharif's ire

The Pemra divide was evident when three channels of Geo TV were taken off air in June this year and a fine of Rs10 million imposed for broadcast deemed as defamatory of the Inter-Services Intelligence...

What does Hashmi's loss portend for 3-way battle?

Javed Hashmi must be cursing a momentary lapse that has probably cost him his political future...

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