From education to security and human development, all avenues need to be financed - through taxation.
Nadeem F. Paracha
Aisi Tesi Hypocrisy is a reprisal of Aisi Tesi Democracy and also a manifestation of slow changes in the army's mindset
When Misbah was recalled to the team and handed over captaincy, Pakistan was in the midst of an existential crisis.
West-returned Pakistanis are now perceived to be 'better Muslims’ than those living in Pakistan.
In Pakistan, the bustards began to be hunted by men who became their greatest adversaries: Rich Arab sheikhs.
For decades various areas in NW Pakistan have gained infamy for being bastions of extreme right-wing militant outfits.
These writings were instrumental in constructing socio-political narratives of Pakistan and in shaping govt policies.
There is substantial political history behind the mushrooming of militant sectarian outfits.
It got so bad that Scandinavian countries suggested to the UN that both India and Pakistan be shifted to the North Pole.
The story of a man floating through different faiths and beliefs in his quest for his rights and values.
Our existentialist status is in need of a new narrative, one that should have begun where Jinnah’s first speech left off
In terms of how society and polity have been crafted, today’s Pakistan mirrors all that Quaid-i-Azam abhorred.
20th century intellectuals fused Islamic and Socialist concepts to envision progressive Muslim societies.
What exactly prompts Putin’s image as a villain for his own countrymen and not a hero?
Here is how the country's top crop of leadership is wishing you a happy Eid.
Believing in malicious rumours and gossip can sometimes be bad for your own reputation.
Pakistan hockey’s slump is not quite as dramatic or sudden as it now seems to be. It’s been a painful decline since 1986
Fifty-fifty dish out satire during an oppressive regime, and that too, right under the dictator’s nose.
Here is the transcript of the secret discussion on how Pakistan said ‘no’ to joining Saudi in its war effort in Yemen.
A case of what goes around, comes around…