When they finally came for me

By Taha Siddiqui Editor's Note: The author has worked for international media for the last 12 years and considers himself a Freedom of Speech activist. His...

In PAKISTAN, The Pen Is Not Mightier Than The Sword

By Taha Siddiqui Editor's Note: Taha Siddiqui is a print and TV journalist with international media for the last 12 years and considers himself a Freedom of...

The past and future of Saraiki region in religious tolerance

By Peter Jacob Scholar Yahyah Amjad is of opinion that the inscriptions found at Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa, yet to be interpreted, could be a primitive...

How A Journalist Feels When his Colleague Comes Under Attack

By Waseem Abbasi Editor's Note: The writer is an investigative journalist based in Islamabad and working for The News. He has worked for the leading...

Co-existence and Caste System in Tharparkar: A Land of Contrasts

By Muhammad Waqas Saleem Social stratification is one of the bitterest structural truths of a contemporary modern world. The education and cross-cultural exposure along with interaction...