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The Pakistani armed forces must come to terms with the reality that they are dealing with an educated generation that yearns for participatory democracy within the country
Pakistan PM admits military influence in politics, says it will continue unless civic delivery institutions strengthened
The powerful Army, which has ruled coup-prone Pakistan for more than half of its 75-plus years of existence, has hitherto wielded considerable power in matters of security and foreign policy.
For India, the fact that Pakistan could at any stage risk being low on reserves of ammunition is not a happy phenomenon
Lt Gen Nadeem Ahmed Anjum was perceived to have stood solidly behind Gen Asim Munir during and after the May 9 anti-Army disturbances, instigated by former PM Imran Khan and carried out by hordes of PTI’s unruly supporters
G20 Summit triumph: India's diplomatic brilliance shines on the global stage as Pakistan grapples in shadows
The Delhi G20 summit has further brought home to many Pakistanis that its India policy is counterproductive
Global Watch | Pakistan’s Defence Day celebrations and the art of perception management by deep state
Every year on 6 September, Pakistan celebrates its Defence Day to push the fictitious narrative of the ‘bravery’ of the country’s armed forces during the 1965 war with India
In 1965, Pakistan tested India's resolve in Kutch and Kashmir through Operation Desert Hawk and Operation Gibraltar, defining moments in the conflict
As the unfolding events demand continued attention, the manner in which the State responds will undoubtedly shape the trajectory of Baloch nationalist actions and exert far-reaching implications on Chinese investments and regional stability
Explained: Why social media post from Pakistan president Arif Alvi has caused a constitutional crisis
President Arif Alvi on Sunday denied signing into law two controversial bills that would further enhance the Pakistan Army’s already considerable powers. While some have called the legal validity of the laws into question, a political slugfest is already underway
Although not on paper, Pakistan's new cabinet signals return to martial law, empowers army
In a complete surprise, Anwaar ul Haq Kakar, a Pashtun politician affiliated with the Balochistan Awami Party as appointed caretaker prime minister on 14 August, 2023
It is unlikely that he will assert himself independent of the Army and his decisions will be dictated by Rawalpindi rather than Islamabad
The national assembly was dissolved on August 9 and Saturday was the last day for the prime minister and the leader of the opposition to agree upon a caretaker premier.
The UP anti-terror squad seized multiple cellphones, five Pakistan-authorised passports, an unused passport, among other items from Seema Haider. She is under the scanner for illegally entering India in May to live with Greater Noida local Sachin Meena after they met online playing PUBG
Authorities continue to grill Seema Haider, the woman who illegally crossed the border to live with her partner, Sachin Meena. The UP ATS questioned the couple for a second day on Tuesday for over nine hours. The interrogation comes as agencies suspect Haider has links to the Pakistani Army
Pakistan Army has been compelled to halt all military drills and war exercises due to a severe fuel shortage caused by the country's political and economic turmoil.
The opposition within the Pakistan Army may not yet give up so soon and that is a time for Gen Asim Munir to watch his back
Beyond Imran Khan, the Pakistani army is also not comfortable with the two older established parties, the PMLN and PPP. They have therefore forged the IPP in the hope that it will be able to emerge as a third force and hold the balance of power more accurately in the military's favour
Imran Khan’s key aide Fawad Chaudhry is the most recent leader to quit the party. Since the 9 May violence, there has been a flurry of resignations with at least 35 leaders parting ways with the firebrand Pakistani politician, as his stand-off with the military continues. What’s going on?