Sheeraz Sattar

Sheeraz Sattar

This writer is a Senior TV and Digital Media Journalist.

Increasing crimes in Pakistan

The recent report of the crimes committed in Islamabad over the past two years, presented by the Ministry of Interior in the National Assembly, is nothing short of alarming. With a total of 2412 reported crimes, including 310 murders, 504

On the edge

Pakistan is tearing itself apart with the politics being conducted with unprecedented venom and vitriol, there is constant danger that someone, somewhere, will make a grave mistake. Even a momentary lapse of judgement could trigger a series of events that

Food inflation 

The storm of inflation we have been talking about since a long has started to hit the masses in Pakistan. People are now finding it difficult to win bread and butter for their families now. This year, particularly, has seen

Inflation, Pakistan and IMF

The inflation has reached to record-high level in Pakistan as the incumbent government is trying to appease IMF for the revival of the stalled loan program and recenlty the ECC has approved new power tariffs. With the special financing surcharge

SPSC examinations and credibility

The recent news of forgery and rigging in the Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC) exams is deeply concerning and calls for urgent action. It highlights the importance of having a robust system of checks and balances, as well as strict

The worst situation of education sector

Education is a fundamental right of every citizen and is considered a cornerstone for the progress and development of any nation. Unfortunately, in Pakistan, the state of education has been in a deplorable condition for a long time. Despite the

Record Inflation and foreign trips

Pakistan is currently facing multiple economic challenges, including the risk of default, an unsatisfactory economic situation, increasing prices of daily usage goods, high inflation, and the lowest value of the rupee, with the highest value of the dollar in the

KPO attack, probe and lapse

Following the devastating attack in Karachi on Friday, the Sindh Police has established a committee to inquire into the incident and supervise the investigation of the case. This was a serious security lapse, especially following the attack in Peshawar; and

Controlling crime

Crime is on the rise across the country and the incidents of terrorism, murder, street crimes are creating a worrying situation for the masses. The recent news of the charred body of an 8-year-old child in Lahore, and the dismemberment

Producing electricity from coal, good or bad?”

Pakistan has been facing a severe economic crisis due to a lack of foreign exchange reserves. In this regard, the government of Pakistan has made a good decision to quadruple local coal capacity to reduce the cost of power generation

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a day celebrated by millions of people around the world, but its origins and meaning are often misunderstood. Despite its widespread popularity, there is much confusion surrounding the history of this holiday, and it has become the

IMF surrender

Pakistan surrendering before the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the revival of the stalled $6.5 billion bailout package is not a new thing for the masses to hear, we have seen such surrender in the Imran Khan govt’s tenure too.

Imran Khan’s indictment

The Islamabad District and Sessions court has decided to indict Pakistan Tehreek-e-Infaf Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan in ECP protest case. The former captain of the national cricket team Imran Khan will be indicted  The fame in the

India’s Republic Day observed as Black Day

A day before today, our neighboring country India celebrated its national Republic Day, which commemorates the adoption of the original constitution of India in 1950, which was a black day for Kashmiris. This year, India made strict security measures to

Wheat crisis

The wheat crisis in the country is deepening with every passing day. From Punjab to KP, Sindh to Balochistan, masses in every province are facing the worst flour crisis. Experts and countless food departments across the country had given out

Declining exports

Exports are regarded as the backbone of any country but unfortunately in Pakistan, the textile sector, one of the major sources of our exports is going down due to shadow of uncertainty since the global Covid-19 lockdowns and crunch economic

Blaming Bajwa!!

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan continues to blame former chief of army staff General (retired) Qamar Javed Bajwa and in his statement, the former prime minister has claimed that he (Bajwa) had “struck” a deal with Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP)

A shared meal system

People are unhappy when one government goes and another comes and false dreams of making the people prosperous are shown which could never come true in the painful 75-year political history of the country. A political party that promises relief


The leader who is famous for his U-Turns has changed his stance on the dissolution of Punjab and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assemblies, but this time this move can be called a positive “U-Turn”. Yes, here I’m taking about PTI Chairman

What happened during General Bajwa’s six years tenure?

General (retd) Qamar Javed Bajwa remained one of the longest-serving chief of army staff in Pakistan’s history. The 62-year-old handed over the baton of command to his successor General Asim Munir on November 29. He spent over 44 years in the military, as he

Resignations or face-saving

All leaders of political leaders of  country’s political parties including Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz or Pakistan People’s Party and others have their own history and all describe their history from the establishment of Pakistan till now. For example, if

Rapidly changing world

The world of the 1900s has been radically changed into a dystopian horror narrative as we prepare to enter 2023. With the advent of the first industrial revolution to the fifth version of the same on the verge of beginning,

Pakistan’s deteriorating economic condition

Pakistan’s economic indicators are showing the worst economic picture as the total debt and liabilities shot up by an astounding 24% over the past year The ouster of Imran Khan has brought economic turmoil as the sources say that $730

LG polls in Karachi and Hyderabad

The PPP-led Sindh government has quite clearly mastered the art of indefinitely delaying local government elections, but the Sindh High Court on Friday ordered the Election Commission of Pakistan to release the schedule within the next 15 days and announce

Dual standards

Dual standards in Pakistan’s politics are common but especially when we talk about the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, we find a number of examples where the party appreciates differences of opinion when it is in other parties but denounces the same in

Long march without Imran Khan

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is all set to resume its Haqiqi Azadi March today from Wazirabad, from where it was halted after gun attack on the convoy, leaving one dead and injuring other PTI leaders including the former prime minister. Khan

Accusations and rebuttals

The assassination attempt on former prime minister Imran Khan created panic in the country, especially after accusations from the PTI chief and rebuttals from the government and the ISPR. In his first public statement after surviving a deadly gun attack,

How long will govt remain in power?

Two aspects of Pakistan’s politics are extremely important which we can interpret as real events and statements. Events are ground facts that cannot be denied and statements are those that rarely turn out to be true. For example, the event

Whatsapp issue

Those days are gone when correspondence used to take place via letters. The modern era is the age of the internet, social media and WhatsApp. Your thoughts reach thousands and millions of people instantly within seconds. Just take the example

The “unpredictable” side

Since the dawn of cricket, Pakistan has been given a number of titles to describe them. One of the titles that has stuck with Pakistan, to this date, is that they’re an “unpredictable” side. When it comes to Pakistan, statistics