The Bhanbore ruins have captivated the imagination of archaeologists and historians over the years.
As much as political leaders on both sides want to put the worst behind them, some events are beyond their control.
Fake encounters have been going for decades but nobody called them ‘half/full fry’ in the past.
India must proceed with caution when exploring strategies to end the threat of violence from Pakistan-based actors.
The Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill is evidence of the government's inability to subvert anti-state elements.
The case against Indian actress Ramya is evidence of the sedition law's susceptibility to misuse
There was one word used by cricket commentators and writers over and over again to describe Amir’s comeback, redemption.
The notion that opposing the military is opposing the state, is after all, an old Pakistani truism.
"Inference is different from speculation": Shereen Ratnagar on understanding the Indus Valley Civilisation.
This diminutive man remained the scourge of the most menacing fast bowlers of his time
Survivors are faced with the ineffective implementation of the laws, compensation and government apathy.
In the do-it-yourself world of independent music, a musician is not just a man with a guitar slung around his shoulder.
The Herald explores the evolution of this inhumane practice.
More than 150 women in Dardpora, near the line of control, are victims of a gendered violence peculiar to Kashmir.
Although some papers have a reputation of low ethical and legal standards, local communities have come to rely on them.
A journey to discovering the roots of truck 'art' and the lives of those who work behind its colourful allure.
Building atom bombs and supporting the Taliban in Afghanistan is more about how we feel about ourselves.
Language has always been a divisive issue in Pakistan
Cricket has been used as an overarching metaphor for the country’s weaknesses and strengths.
Areas on the fringe of Peshawar seethe with militants and their sympathisers