GOVERNMENT WITH LITTLE GOVERNANCE

By Arshad Abbasi Quality of government depends on the quality of servants at its disposal rightly said by an expert on the subject. In Pakistan,...

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...

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...

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 Minority Students Cope With Islamiat in Pakistan

By Ayesha Ramzan It struck me when my son, now in grade four, asked if Hindus were bad because they worshipped idols; not only that,...