Imran Khan’s rollercoaster ride: Twists, turns in Pakistani Politics

Pakistan’s political landscape is in turmoil, with Imran Khan’s acrobatics, surprising twists in US interests, and hidden power plays within the Pakistan Army. As the political circus unfolds, the future looks uncertain for Khan

Could the West switch horses to back a resilient Imran Khan?

Observers of the fraught situation in Pakistan have been intrigued by senior US negotiator-diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad’s tweets targeting Pakistan Army chief Asim Munir. Khalilzad repeatedly demanded Munir’s resignation in a series of directly-worded tweets on May 12, May 15, and again on May 19. (His tweets on May 13 were neutral, welcoming the restoration of

Imran Khan vs Gen Asim Munir: Who will checkmate the other?

Having taken aim directly at Pak army chief, Khan has redrawn the intense chess game in such a way that one of the two must get flicked off the board after checkmate

8kg heroin, ₹5 lakhs: J&K police bust narco terror module

J&K Police claimed inter-state narco terror syndicate originates from Pak-occupied J&K

Could a changed Pakistan be more amenable to peace efforts?

On the face of it, the strengthening of former PM Imran Khan seems like a thumbs down for the prospect of rapprochement between India and Pakistan

Could a shadow cold war be at play in Pakistan’s turmoil?

A huge question mark hangs over whether another power may covertly be fanning these flames of rebellion

How deeply is Pakistan’s army divided over Imran Khan imbroglio?

Former Pakistan PM had already targeted the very heart of Pakistan’s real establishment, the ISI

Pakistan burns after Imran Khan’s arrest

Next 48 hours in Pakistan are tipped to be extremely crucial as there are chances of coup within the army establishment as well

Pak eliminating liabilities: National Akali Dal president

Paramjit Singh claims under pressure, Pakistan is getting rid of old Khalistani terrorists while supporting young terrorists

Even during COVID, menace of terrorism continued: Candid Jaishankar tells Bhutto, Qin Gang others

Amid presence of Foreign ministers of Pakistan and China, India’s External Affairs minister makes things loud and clear