Justice on Trial
As the extremists took charge, and the country quaked in fear of rampaging mobs, the government and the army in tandem with it, confined themselves to their quarters, and when visible, seemed to be furiously backpedalling on their head of state’s avowed oaths made just days earlier.
Footing the Bill
As PM Imran Khan’s attendance at the much-boycotted FII conference in Riyadh demonstrated, there is often a heavy price to be paid to even just keep the country afloat.
Polls in the Times Violence
Still suffering from unbridled violence, war-ravaged Afghanistan managed to go to the polls.
No Place to Call Home
Following the government backtrack on the vandalism and violence that ensued in the wake of the Aasia Bibi appeal, the message for the people of Pakistan, particularly minorities, is clear: they are on their own.
Dial ‘MBS’ for Murder
As the investigation picks up the pieces of Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, it remains to be seen how Western powers and the Saudi royal family deal with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, widely believed to be the man behind the killing.