All stories by Shahzad Raza
Pakistani prosecutor alleges foul play over bail to LakhviRediff.com23 Dec 2014
Chief Pakistan prosecutor in the Mumbai terror attacks in 2008, Chaudhry Azhar says the bail will lead to unusual delays in the case. Shahzad Raza reports from Islamabad.
Pakistan has paid a huge price to see evilRediff.com18 Dec 2014
A grieving Pakistan's policy shift towards the Taliban has comes at a great cost, says Shahzad Raza.
Peshawar massacre, revenge for Pak army operations in North WaziristanRediff.com16 Dec 2014
The horrific attack on the Peshawar school is the terrorists's retaliation for the Zarb-e-Azb military operation in North Waziristan.
Why India bashing no longer works in PakistanRediff.com27 Oct 2014
The India card is now almost obsolete. There are more pressing challenges. People of Pakistan are fed up with years of bad governance, corruption and broken promises of successive governments. However, the politicians and former generals are still provoking sentiments on what is happening on the Line of Control for petty political gains, says Shahzad Raza.
Why Pakistan is under siegeRediff.com3 Sep 2014
By weakening Sharif, the corps commanders could have a final say in important matters like relations with India, dealing with Taliban militants, interacting with Americans and once again achieving strategic depth in post-NATO Afghanistan. Which is why they may be behind the unrest in Pakistan led by Imran Khan and Dr Tahirul Qadri, says Shahzad Raza.
Bilawal Bhutto: Pakistan's Twitter warriorRediff.com19 Feb 2014
Bilawal Bhutto's political inheritance is his biggest asset as well as the biggest liability as he tries to make his mark in Pakistan politics. Challenging the Taliban militants is part of that strategy, though it matches with his political ideology. Shahzad Raza profiles the son of Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari.