A significant result of the Bihar election is that it has given hope to Indian liberals against the tide of Hindutva.
Airline safety should not be based on a comparison of fatalities, it is the near misses that are better indicators.
Ten years later, the buildings destroyed in the earlier earthquake have not yet been repaired.
Variant spellings can also impose significant economic costs in a world that is relying on analytics.
Partisan politics in Canada has swayed the debate away from what matters to the country to a few square inches of cloth.
Airports, banks, hospitals, Nadra outposts...Pakistanis practice the art of jumping queues everywhere.
An unmet demand for data scientists opens possibilities for the youth in Asia with no constraints of money and location.
A bigger responsibility rests with those in the West, who emigrated from war-torn parts of the world, to find refuge.
Those arguing that small surveys and other national databases could substitute for the Census, are gravely mistaken.
If you live in Pakistan, you must be used to hearing or making such and even more outrageous statements. But not I.
Tesla Motors designed a solar-charged battery specifically for residential use. It could serve our energy needs well.
It's convenient to blame administration and bureaucrats for the state of the Railways. This, however, will be wrong.
The government can help create privately operated cooperatives to run ghost schools.
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.