Zohra Yusuf

Recording history for posterity

Recording history for posterity

The press in Pakistan learned to gang up against itself and its freedom fairly early in the country’s history. Published 16 Sep, 2017 01:33pm
A test case for justice

A test case for justice

Since the killing of Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer, calls for the repeal of blasphemy laws have died. Updated 17 Nov, 2014 08:15am
Meanwhile, in Balochistan…

Meanwhile, in Balochistan…

No institution seems to have a moment to spare for certain serious developments taking place in the restive province. Updated 08 Sep, 2014 03:44am
Who’s got the narrative?

Who’s got the narrative?

While the terrorists are opting for revelations, the government’s narrative is shrouded in secrecy. Published 17 Jun, 2014 01:25am

Forgotten rights

ENFORCED disappearances. Sectarian killings. Attacks on minorities. Honour killings. The list of gross human rights... Published 06 May, 2014 06:18am

Media’s perilous path

THE words of Faiz Ahmed Faiz, written in August 1947, may well be applied to the outcome of the long struggle for freedo Published 13 Nov, 2013 06:57am

Towards media reforms?

WHILE there is much hand-wringing in society on the powerful and irresponsible role the media has assumed for itself... Published 29 Jul, 2013 07:12am