The innate Pakistani impulse is to give on a large scale.
The inability to manage menstrual health results in more gender inequality and disempowerment for women.
A smear campaign against did not keep Naz Shah from winning.
A draconian cybercrime law is on the cards in Pakistan.
The ban was a reminder that our digital rights are not guaranteed.
A group of young girls talked of the perils of child marriage.
Feminist principles must be part of our national psyche.
TV gives only half the picture about Pakistan.
The state has no right to dictate the ideals of individuals.
Drone strikes are wrongly conflated with Malala’s Nobel win.
We carry prejudices against white women and their ‘availability’.
There’s no outrage when minorities in Pakistan are targeted.
The acclaimed Indian writer Tabish Khair’s latest in a line of 10 books that includes The Thing About Thugs and...
It is only by owning our past that we can define ourselves.
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French research in Pakistan is all hard science that looked like art and sounded like poetry.
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