Zofeen T. Ebrahim
“The air has a metallic smell, the skin feels itchy and there is a gritty feeling of dust settling upon us."
Churails is definitely not what Pakistani drama and soap watchers are used to, but the show and its creators remain unapologetic.
High levels of air pollution this winter could exacerbate the severity and spread of the coronavirus, warn health experts.
There are sufficient laws to tackle the offences of rape, gang rape and child sexual abuse but they are not being implemented.
Writer and illustrator Rumana Husain has been educating children about the pressures the planet is under since the 1980s.
Monsoon rains have, for decades now, flooded parts of Karachi, but this year almost the entire city was brought to its knees.
It is the same mess in all cities of South Asia.
Scant enforcement of social-distancing rules is heightening fears that the pandemic will spread.
As Pakistan tackles locust infestation, scientists shed light on environmentally-friendly, biopesticides as solutions for future.
1166 receives all sorts of calls, from requests of sending a polio team to the caller's area to whether the vaccine is halal.
On World Elephant Day, we rejoice at the impending freedom of Kaavan from Islamabad's Marghazar Zoo.
Domestic labour puts the child’s well-being at risk.
PM aide says efforts on to get stalled funds released.
Restarting the campaign is aimed at mitigating the situation and targeting the more high-risk areas.
Pakistan's birth rate stands at a whopping 3.6, a marginal decline from 3.8 in 2012-13.
The pandemic has been a catalyst for tech solutions.
Due to a clogged, ineffective drainage system, even a short shower brings great misery to residents.
This over a century-old tradition of making amawat is peculiar to women of Bohra community living in the garrison town of Punjab.
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