Looking like a modern city, Karachi manages to hide many ugly practices that continue behind the scenes.
Zofeen T. Ebrahim
Stringent abortion laws and the taboos associated with the practice often lead women to seek out unsafe methods.
Although the forms of oppression have changed and the limelight has shifted, landless peasants and sharecroppers
Areas once considered too risky to be operable can be reached through CyberKnife technology.
One woman fights a legal battle to force the state to provide maternal health services
STEPPING into Zarifa Salahova’s world of miniature books brings back memories of the wee gold locket-shaped book I...
The government of Sindh is struggling to provide clean and safe water to Karachi’s galloping population.
"It was paramount that family planning reaches the “last mile” to women and girls no matter where they live."
A lack of family planning and knowledge about contraceptive methods is leading to a surge in Pakistan's population.
Millennials have forever changed the way we look at or do businesses.
Trump's pending decision regarding the role US will play internationally in the two-day G7 summit distracted members.
On the eve of International Migratory Birds Day, a glimpse of the birds of Pakistan through the lens of Mirza Naim Beg.
The province is at pains to remove the bottlenecks that are giving its vaccination programme a bad name.
KARACHI: Dr Sajida Hussain*, 54, a general physician, does not know what it is like to be happy. “My son got...
Experts warn new climate bill needs to be backed by strong government support and funding for adaptation projects.
1,800 residents of Sehnri Dars to be relocated 25km away from their village as Engro acquires land for project.
A novel with a plot that hints strongly at true events from Pakistan’s recent history
Sabyn Javeri is the author of Nobody Killed Her, a political thriller and courtroom drama touted as one of the most
Locals from a small village in Thar are standing up against a multi-million rupee coal excavation project.
Pervez Hoodbhoy talks about his shift to solar energy and the challenges, and risks, of going nuclear.