Is South Punjab province a nonstarter?

Khurram Hussain In late 2012 and early 2013, it was a race among political parties to raise the voice for a separate South Punjab province...

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,...

Attacks on Shrines: Where Do the Poor Go then?

By Arshad Abbasi Pakistan continues to bleed and Pakistanis’ woes from terrorism and militancy remain fresh. The recent horrendous terrorist attack on the Shrine of...

Unfamiliar with journalistic norms, some Pakistani anchors become medium of fake news

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

Opportunity without direction: Plight of a common man in Gwadar

By Muhammad Waqas Saleem From the window of a five-star hotel at Koh-I-Bateel (mountain of Bateel) if one looks at the Gwadar city, port and...