There is too much of sloganeering and politically correct claptrap strangling informed and reasoned discourse on crucial issues, doing infinite harm to the very communities and constituencies that such postures pretend to 'protect' and benefit.
Is there any substance to the charge of double standards that Musharraf makes on the international community that has actually been quite generous? What are the latter's concern - and what should they do?
Not just religious fundamentalist and jihadi terrorist organisations, but political parties as well ponder new questions with the deployment of the US and NATO forces for relief operations in Pakistan.
Musharraf regime's, and the Pakistani Army's 'capacity to deliver' - certainly to its own people - has been found to be entirely lacking in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that has rocked parts of PoK and the NWFP.
This Diwali and Id, as we remember and grieve for the victims of terrorism in Delhi, it is time also to remember that the initial goodwill generated by the efforts of the Army and the few NGOs active in earthquake affected J&K urgently needs to be bu
The latest from General Musharraf may have been nothing short of 7.5 on the Richter Scale of Dramatic Political Announcements, but apart from causing transient tremors of excitement in some teacups, it only highlights his alarmingly lopsided prioriti