Girls are starved and scolded, trussed up and painted to participate in the manically competitive marriage market.
The Lahore Literary Festival in New York took with it the story of a country where art and resistance have a long .
The Sister’s Council represents a promising answer to a difficult problem.
The restructuring of the Saudi economy means that many Pakistanis working in the kingdom will no longer have jobs.
The solitary successes of some women do not reflect benefits to be reaped by all.
It is quite unlikely that the British will return the Kohinoor to any country.
Taher Shah is more than funny — according to a post on his official blog, there is an ideology behind his latest song.
If a new era in women’s sports is to be heralded in Pakistan, sports governance bodies must include women.
There are some who do not watch anymore, who tune in to other things and talk about other things.
Claire Chambers’s research on Muslim writers’ accounts of visits to Britain from 1780-1988 is a unique inquiry
The movement in South Africa represents the recognition that knowledge can and must be decolonised instead of being
The new Punjab law recognises the family is not a private matter untouchable by legislation.
The details of Abdul Basit’s story expose just how vexing questions of justice and mercy can be.
A greater moral contrast is required between those who believe in the arbitrary imposition of death and the state that
The root of the problem is that women (and men) are considered social capital in a family.
Never recognising that emotional labour is labour, and that women are required to do it, works well for men.
The harassed are not only the persecuted but also the pariah.
The situation in India presents a novel opportunity for Indian Muslims to demonstrate gender egalitarianism in their ...
Tariq Rahman’s analysis of the history of Pakistani English literature details the changing trends from the 1940s-1980s
Microcredit loans simply end up wrapping the poor in layers of more and more debt.