Justice Markandey Katju: Terrible times are coming to Pakistan

Justice Markandey Katju writes: Strictly speaking, elections should have been held in early November 2023 as mandated by Article 224(4) of Pakistan’s Constitution, but we need not go into that. The Pakistan Constitution is more followed in its breach, and is often consigned to the dustbin. All opinion polls indicate that former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) party enjoys support of about 90% Pakistanis, and will sweep the polls if there are free and fair elections.

“Pakistan is teetering on the brink”

Mayank Chhaya- Raoof Hasan, a former special adviser to the deeply embattled former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, says his country is teetering on the brink and one push could set it off downhill. Hasan, a well-known political and security strategist as well as the founder and chief executive of the Regional Peace Institute, paints […]

Global revulsion against terrorism railroaded China to accept Pulwama condemnation

Arul Louis(IANS)-   China was railroaded by the strong international revulsion against terrorism to go along with the Security Council press statement condemning the Jaish-e-Mohammad’s (J-e-M) suicide bombing in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district that killed 40 Indian security personnel. While Beijing initially opposed the statement adopted unanimously by the Council on Thursday, following the […]