Pakistan requires an atmosphere where we can tell the truth.
The figures reflect the inequities of formal planning as enshrined in the SBCA by-laws.
What should be the objectives for Karachi?
If upgraded, UCs can be at the forefront of relief efforts.
The poor will pay the price for the failure of the government.
Students will definitely be involved in the politics of the country.
How does one make sense of the policies of today?
The enactment of the court judgements is creating homelessness and joblessness.
The plan for excluding the poor from Karachi’s Saddar area is taking shape.
Akhtar Hameed Khan’s wisdom is for all times.
As more and more spaces are lost to the public and are taken over for the exclusive use of elite and middle-class
People continue to live under the open sky on the rubble of their homes.
What is required is to reorganise what exists in a better manner.
Over 11,000 small businesses and more than 300,000 jobs have been lost.
The recent ‘anti-encroachment’ drive in Karachi has resulted in the loss of over 200,000 jobs as well as threats to the
Heritage is not just buildings. It is much more than that.
Declining incomes have resulted in a major deterioration in livability.
The demolition in Karachi’s Saddar area is inhumane and shameless.
Here’s an opportunity for the PM’s housing programme.
Akhtar Hameed Khan’s real legacy lies in a structure of thinking.