Governance

PANAMA VERDICT: A FEW QUESTIONS

By Wasim Abid   On Friday July 28, 2017 the Supreme Court of Pakistan disposed off the constitutional petitions regarding the Panama Papers. The Supreme Court found the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mian Muhammad Nawaz […]

Governance

THE “LION” WHO CRIED WOLF

by M.A Noon In hearing the Panama Papers Case (the PP Case), the Supreme Court of Pakistan (the Supreme Court) had constituted a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to inquire into claims of financial impropriety made […]

Governance

Dr. Ghulam Rasul on Hydrology

Conducted by Aisha Khan   Q: There are conflicting views on water availability in Pakistan. On the one hand we face water scarcity but on the other hand the absolute quantity of available surface waters […]

Governance

Pakistan and Energy Politics

by Asmatullah Niazi For years we have been seeing world leaders fighting to get a hold of energy resources, which include oil and gas. The United States and other Western countries have been fighting vicious […]

Governance

Democracy sans Opposition

by Javed Ansari It is a fact that Pakistan aspires to be a democracy, and peddles itself as such – of course, barring those years when it had been under military rule. The sad fact […]