Parents assume, and the brides are made to believe, that strong familial ties will guard against such violence.
A new report reveals why Pakistanis may have to live with the energy shortfall for decades, if not more.
The APA is apologetic, but it is not apologising to those subjected to torture.
As Greece negotiates with the troika, other heavily indebted countries keep a close watch on how this dispute is settled
To alleviate poverty, stop considering arbitrary thresholds of poverty like absolute income and calories consumed.
Globally, heatwaves kill thousands but the media and governments often ignore their humongous death toll.
Almost half of all global remittances are sent to rural areas, but they are not transforming societies like they can.
There are no shortcuts to a prosperous future for Pakistan, there are choices though.
The challenge for Bilawal is not to just revive the PPP, but to restore the nation’s faith in the democratic process.
Bias, massive conflict of interest, double counting, favouring those that comply - the list goes on and on.
The important distinction to realise is that society does not treat all fake assets the same.
Waterborne diseases cause 1.2 million deaths each year in Pakistan; these numbers are indicative of a national emergency
Iran recently asked its police not to assume the clergy's role in interpreting Islam. Pakistan should follow suit.
Pakistan should act now to prevent future grief and losses that may exceed the nations’ collective capacity to heal.
While the Chinese may be ready and willing to invest, Pakistan has to be ready to absorb the infrastructure investments.
Recent research from India reveals the role that preference for male offspring plays in the stunted growth of children.
For our fortunes to turn, urban economic development has to be at the forefront of economic policymaking.
With over $50,000 in per capita GDP, Canada is a rich economy. Still, on any given night, 35,000 Canadians are homeless.
Economists and political scientists offer a myriad of reasons. There is, however, a simpler explanation.
Almost 40 million Muslim women have already started working in the past 10 years alone.