Nawaz Sharif has received temporary respite from Panamagate but his political future still hangs in the balance
A profile of the vice chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf
Does the great power's footprint in Pakistan mean we are in good company?
Do madrasas have anything to hide?
He is the first COAS to step down after a tenure in two decades. Read Herald's profile from the January issue.
What is wrong with madrasas?
"Raheel Sharif has tremendous guts."
A 'Chinese revolution' sweeps across Pakistan
The details of PakistanTehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) agenda of change are, perhaps, the best guarded secret...
The PMLN’strack record shows that it has little appetite for any restructuring of the existing federal system.
To many, mob violence appears to be a ‘rural’ phenomenon, mostly involving ‘illiterate rustics’.
A low down on gangs, groups and organisations involved in the crime of kidnapping