How Extremism Destroying Pluralism of South Punjab

Raja Qaiser Ahmed Cultural and religious tolerance had been the epitome of all Sufi saints and the poets historically lived in Punjab. The Sufi tradition...

Do Arab Hunters Really Benefit the Downtrodden?

Arshad Abbasi The migratory birds which travel the distance of thousands of miles from the inclement cold lands to seek the comfort of warm winters...
Fishermen coming ashore to unload their catch on donkey carts Photo Courtesy: Shahzad Ahmad)

Governance in The Peripheries: Can Pakistan Deliver on CPEC?

Ilhan Niaz The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) promises to rejuvenate Pakistan’s sluggish economy and open up its society to greater opportunity. This project focuses on...

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...

CPEC: Game Changer For Pakistan But What For Gwadar?

By Arshad Abbasi An area which is in the backwaters of a strategically well-placed country can find itself at the centre of attention anytime. This...