By S. Mubashir Noor - Even for a cult of personality, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) is unique. Its beloved leader, Altaf Hussain, sings, tells jokes, and takes a nap; all while addressing the faithful.
By Irfan Bukhari - The party is not only visibly too feeble to counter threats posed by emerging political realties like Khan’ PTI but also facing serious challenges in calming down in-house rebellions and defections. Yes it is the Pakistan
By Sher Ali Khalti - “Pakistan da Istehkam Seraikistan, Ghinte rehsoon Seraiksistan, Bahwalpur Na Multan Sirf Seraikistan.” These catchy slogans were written on the walls along roads and in the streets of different cities of
By Shahzad Raza - If Sigmund Freud ever met almost-revolutionary, Dr Tahirul Qadri, he would have dedicated a whole book to interpret his dreams. The dreams he reportedly saw and shared with the world were as complex as
By Ammar Shahbazi - The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) is the fourth largest political party in Pakistan with a solid electoral-base in urban Sindh. Though it likes to be called an ideological party and practically runs
By Mirza Khurram Shahzad - A lanky wayward pace bowler, a reliable all-rounder, a successful and shrewd captain, a most sought after playboy, a sincere social worker, a son-in-law of the Jews, a darling of the West
By Irfan Bukhari – Is PTI on the verge of political demise? Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), the third-largest political party of the country led by cricketer-turned-politician, Imran Khan, is all set to