On the literature claiming to present Islam as a political system
It was sometimes in the second week of April 1998 that I received a call from the Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) Headquarters in Islamabad. “Can you come over, our officer wants to meet you?” the voice from the other side asked …
A close look at the Pakistan-India relations
Let’s promise ourselves, we will not glorify violence
Democracy always creates a lot of tumult. Silence is the characteristic of a graveyard.
Inability to achieve electoral success is often cited as the biggest failure of Pakistani Islamist political parties.
A look at Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari's journal.
It is no coincidence that at the time of both first and second “Afghan Miracle”, Pakistan had a military regime in place.
Excerpts from the fictional diary of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader, Shah Mehmood Qureshi