Speaking to Indian youth, one is struck by the different tone of engagement.
There’s an urgent need for targeted policies to reduce poverty.
One does not need a crystal ball to see how the cybercrime law will be misused.
The story of two men reflects our dilemma.
Isn’t Qandeel Baloch’s murder as ‘un-Islamic’ as Zeenat Bibi’s?
In a perfect Pakistan, the CII wouldn’t last another day.
It is Pemra’s duty to protect the freedom of expression.
The Brexit chaos has led to some interesting questions.
Thus far, several senators have made the right noises.
Sadiq Khan’s win has ultimately come down to policies.
Moves against corruption must go beyond targeting individuals.
There’s no better place than new Globe Theatre to commemorate Shakespeare’s 400th death anniversary.
The urge to humanise seems to have dissipated.
Tokenism defines our approach to women in sports.
Clarity is required on Pakistan’s ties with the Saudis.
What are the implications of a Trump presidency for us?
India has raged against the US decision to sell F-16s to Pakistan.
Talks about talks on the Afghan issue persist.
Attitudes towards ‘honour’ killings stubbornly persist.
The country is likely to confront a variety of IS-linked militants.