Dawn News

Hajrah Mumtaz

Waif to wraith

France has criminalised ‘excessive thinness’ in models. Published Apr 13, 2015 06:21am

Reins of narrative

Success in defeating militancy depends on a multi-faceted approach. Published Mar 16, 2015 12:52am

Golden years?

The plight of the aging has to be addressed on a war footing. Published Mar 02, 2015 07:15am

Sky with diamonds

Basant grew too big for its boots in the opinion of some decision-makers. Updated Feb 16, 2015 07:26am

Table for two...

How can we ensure that herders feed livestock suitably? Published Feb 02, 2015 06:45am

Language quibbles

Students today face terrains that weren’t envisioned before. Published Jan 19, 2015 01:34am

Fade to black

The confused and conflicted mindset of the citizenry portends even more distress. Updated Dec 22, 2014 01:48pm

‘Ill-fare’ state

A thousand stories of courage, tenacity and faith go unnoticed around us every day. Updated Dec 08, 2014 05:09am

Funding the arts

The private sector should step in to promote the arts industry. Published Nov 10, 2014 01:22am

Meanwhile, out here

While the world makes progress, we seem to be fighting it. Published Oct 27, 2014 01:59am

Al Ban-istan

The ‘ban first, don’t do anything later’ mindset is ever-present. Updated Oct 13, 2014 03:53pm

Dog eat dog

What children play in a milieu of violence is hardly hope-affirming. Published Sep 29, 2014 06:14am

Rules of debate

With every clod of mud, the quality of discourse worsens. Published Sep 01, 2014 05:55am

Pakistan’s Ataturk

Pakistan is missing several of the ingredients key to revolution. Updated Aug 18, 2014 01:38am

Not a nanny state

Many families ended the festivities of Eid with funerals. Published Aug 04, 2014 05:59am

Spoiling for a fight

A sense of alienation is rife among young Muslims abroad. Published Jul 21, 2014 12:07am

Done in, again

MANY of us in Pakistan might feel from time to time that we could have been luckier in terms of the country of... Published Jul 07, 2014 01:15am