The sale of human organs continues on the black market despite stringent laws.
Zofeen T. Ebrahim
The loss of lives in recent coal-mining accidents brings to light some harsh realities
Experts give their verdict on whether the long-fought-over policy will help tackle the country’s water crisis.
This Japanese method has been picked up in Pakistan as a way to combat rising heat strangling residents of big cities.
Poverty and lack of education leave young children in Pakistan at the door of starvation
As authorities struggle to do their job, citizens also need to play their part in cleaning the city.
Signs of water stress are everywhere in Pakistan – in the form of water scarcity, resource depletion, and contamination.
After 2015, authorities proposed and implemented strategies to manage the effects of heatwaves. But are they enough?
4 Pakistani women share the joys and pains of being a female biker on the streets of Lahore
Regional task force – including Pakistan and India – agrees to work together to protect the endangered sea creatures.
A recent Oxfam report has drawn attention to rising global wealth inequalities.
How real or sustainable is govt's promise of uninterrupted electricity supply for all people and provinces of Pakistan?
The launch of the centre for VAW has opened the floodgates.
World Pneumonia Day is a reminder to speed up the fight.
Looking like a modern city, Karachi manages to hide many ugly practices that continue behind the scenes.
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...