Of the many Parsis who once resided here, only about two to four families remain.
Telepsychiatry sessions between doctors in Karachi and villagers in the north mean distance is no issue.
Step one: introducing well-thought-out digitisation policies.
Three months since its launch, the force seems to already be plagued by mismanagement.
Muslims’ institutes of higher learning are lagging behind in providing quality science and technology education.
We look at what will be required by the government to fulfill its election promise.
Pakistan can take its cue from the world to develop super-clusters of entrepreneurs and startups. Here's how.
Jameel Yusuf, the founder chief of CPLC, helps us better understand kidnappings in Karachi.
A Pakistani start-up introduces computer games to those with learning disabilities — and wins an award at Stanford.
Incentivising polio workers may well result in more successful vaccination campaigns. An app shows us how.
Petty smugglers, forced into the trade out of necessity, do not see trading illegal goods as a crime.
From Ireland to Peshawar: This Irish woman has dedicated her life to treating cerebral palsy in Pakistan
A physiotherapist falls in love with Pakistan and decides to stay to heal its most special citizens.
The great boxer was adored by Lyari residents for everything he was.