Stories for: Razeshta Sethna

Clifton projects controversy sparks debate on ‘intelligent development’

Road infrastructure project in Clifton: will it affect heritage sites as the Jehangir Kothari Parade?

One step forward

In the mid-90s, an incident shook the Pakistani corporate world. Ayesha*, a female employee in a multinational...

Profile: Kamila Shamsie

"The more you write, the more you make things harder for yourself"

Call of duty

Lady Health Workers play a critical role in public health.

Collective power

INTERNATIONAL Women’s Day was celebrated last Saturday. It has significant meaning for Pakistan’s women. There...

Target: Karachi

ABDUL Razzaq Buneri, an Awami National Party (ANP) leader and Pakhtun trader, refused to pay Rs20 million to the...

In conversation with Vali Nasr

Intelligence estimates predict that advances made by American forces in Afghanistan will be rolled back by 2017.

5th Karachi Literature Festival: In the city of dichotomies

From modest beginnings in 2010, the Karachi Literature Festival’s (KLF) opportunities for success have grown enormously

Karachi’s sectarian backyard

IN a city drawn into a spiral of violence where crime, politics and extremism are interlinked, law-enforcement...

REVIEW: The Shadow of the Crescent Moon by Fatima Bhutto

Women are the heartbeat of this novel; they are extraordinary for their spirit and strength of heart ...

COVER STORY: Magnificent Delusions by Husain Haqqani

THE relationship between Pakistan and the US has historically been bedevilled with mistrust and miscommunication

COVER STORY: The Haqqani network: talent for survival

The historic relationship between the Pakistani establishment and the Haqqanis is detailed in Fountainhead of Jihad

Digital jihad

Turning their cause into a global brand is something the Taliban are learning to master.

Cover Story: The Dispensable Nation

In 2009 America had not won the war on the battlefield nor could it see an end on the negotiating table

Downside to progress

GOVERNMENTS are responsible for creating conducive environments and legal frameworks to promote gender equality and...

Fears of Afghan women

WITH the withdrawal of Nato-led troops and the transition of security to Afghan forces, the future of Afghan women ...

COVER STORY: A horrific crime: the brutal death of Baha Mousa

Baha Mousa’s death was re-investigated in Britain but this has not stopped the widespread practice of torture

Indefinite detention

DETAINING suspected terrorists became a significant part of US global counterterrorism operations after 9/11. But as...

Cover Story: Holding power to account

Reviewed by Razeshta Sethna

Cover Story: Guantanamo Wives

Shaker Aamer, a British citizen with a wife and four children, has been imprisoned and interrogated at both the...

Opinion

The Pemra mess

Scary ineptitude

Moral dilemmas

Kashmir saga

Editorial

Yet another chance

‘Adoption’ laws

Out in the open

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