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Kamran Rehmat



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Comeback man Sharif up against screaming odds

In the case of a re-election, which given the tense current climate cannot be entirely ruled out, he would need a victim's sales pitch...

All eyes on Asif Zardari as Sharif fights for survival

Since what you read last week in this column, the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is no closer to a definite resolution of the political crisis in Islamabad than it was then...

Sharif's heavy mandate rings hollow yet again

The opposition Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI)'s rabble rousing supremo Imran Khan has set the proverbial cat among the pigeons...

Islamabad is bracing up for a cracking showdown

Islamabad promises to be the most happening capital in the world this week...

Clouds hover over efficacy of Charter of Democracy

While the first 25 years of the country's existence were spent finding a raison d'etre for itself and searching for a consensus on a national mission statement, the next 40 have been exhausted in tryi...

Is PML-N throwing in the towel now?

The controversial measure announced for a three-month long duration by Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan in Islamabad Friday is sure to ignite a political storm...

Zardari breaks silence as PML-N frets over PTI

Zardari has castigated Sharif for behaving like a 'monarch' and upended his strike by backing PTI's demand for the verification of four seats as a benchmark to unlock the alleged fraud...

In-house rift exposes the soft underbelly of PML-N

PM's refusal to heed Nisar's advice to let former military dictator Pervez Musharraf go abroad, Defence Minister Khwaja Asif's push to continue prosecuting him drew a visible wedge between them...

Subordinate deals blow to General Kayani's legacy

Saying no operation was eventually launched 'due to the indecision of General Kayani', Abbas replied in the affirmative to a question whether “personal weaknesses” of former army chief played a part...

Sharif has overplayed into the hands of Qadri

Negotiating team then led by Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, wily old fox of Pakistani politics, who ironically, is now aligned with Qadri after piggybacking on the cleric hoping to revive political stock...

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