Stories for: Tehmina Qureshi

Explosive expose: Cracking the ‘cracker’

We’ve all seen the headlines: ‘two injured in cracker blast’, ‘gun-cum-cracker attack on media house...

SIXTH GLOBAL URDU CONFERENCE: Dark corners & greener pastures

For veteran journalist Ikhlaq Ahmed, if his newest collection of short stories titled Abhi Kuch Der Baqi Hay fails ...

Electoral provisions in LG law vague

KARACHI, Nov 27: Electoral provisions in the Sindh Local Government Act 2013 are not clear enough and need...

JPMC mortuary facing neglect by university

KARACHI, July 28: The Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre mortuary is in a state of utter neglect and disregard owing...

Tradition of wearing gold jewellery waning amid security concerns

KARACHI, July 14: Take a look around the streets of Karachi and one will hardly see women adorning themselves with...

A splash of indigenous vehicle art for your four-wheelers

KARACHI, June 30: In the heart of Garden town is a street which is more colourful than the rest with its colours...

Soft image, hard realities

Lack of facilities and infrastructure keep the tourists away, says Tehmina Qureshi.

Over half of city inaccessible to wheelchair users

KARACHI, April 28: Ali Imran studies in Karachi University’s mass communication department and has to rely on his...

Medico-legal centres across Sindh suffer from neglect

KARACHI, April 21: While government hospitals in only three police divisions in Sindh — Karachi, Hyderabad and Larkana — have medico-legal centres, all the three posts of medico-legal officers are lying vacant at the

‘Time to review the history of civilisation and Silk Route’

KARACHI, Jan 23: “The notion that urban human civilisation began in Mesopotamia and then those people went and settled in Egypt, China and lastly along the Indus River banks is wrong. The Indus Valley

Key sources of national history gathering dust in KU library

The condition of the records has come to a state that if they are not preserved immediately, they will be lost in a few years.

Call for nurturing democratic culture

KARACHI, Sept 20: One of the lessons to be learnt from Europe is that we need to nurture democratic culture and not just the system of governance for progress and prosperity, said international relations experts during an academic discourse at Karachi Uni

Call for using information law to fight extremism

KARACHI, Sept 6: Academicians speaking at a seminar on Thursday called for citizens to utilise their right to information and use it for dialogues among themselves to help counter extremism in society.

View point: The beauty within

Perception of beauty is highly subjective for everyone. In many ways it is just like tea. Everyone likes his or her...


Relief for terror victims

Learning curve

Nuclear normalcy

Train to Pakistan: 2014


ISI and media infighting

MQM in government again

Men planning families

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