The commission receives fresh reports of disappearance in considerable numbers month after month.
There has been little progress on preventing terrorist groups from regrouping and acquiring new recruits.
It would be utterly wrong to look at runaway children only from the police’s point of view.
Engagement over the PECB has been a harrowing experience for civil society organisations.
The threat posed by deep-sea fishing by foreign trawlers has figured in the list of Balochistan’s grievances.
After Edhi’s death, the orthodoxy lost little time in unsheathing their daggers.
The tendency to ape Middle Eastern lifestyles undermines our work ethics during the holy month.
All attempts to abolish the FCR in Fata have been foiled by vested interests.
The state must ensure that minorities are not driven to give up their faith by denial of their rights.
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It has not been possible to make women-friendly laws due to the orthodoxy’s opposition.
The Council of Islamic Ideology has been proclaiming its love of retrogression on a regular basis.
A woman is needed in the policymaking echelon of the Election Commission of Pakistan.
The current political turmoil in the country is like a boxing tournament among party bosses.
For the second time, Mian Nawaz Sharif has missed the chance of becoming a statesman.
Even a cursory look at the problems faced by women will reveal that they are interrelated and interdependent.
There are many parallels between the problems that afflict both India and Pakistan.
Unlike other physical handicaps, the disability of the deaf (and mute) is not visible.
The conservatives have been given an advantage they do not deserve.
The Punjab bill banning child labour in brick kilns is retrogressive in many ways.