Altaf Bhai may have become Altaf Saheb overnight but he still casts a long shadow over the organisation he founded.
Two groups now claim to represent the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan and both claim legal and ideological superiority
The number of Pakistanis who are unmarried is constantly on the rise. But the issues they face — from social
Does using coal as a source of power even make economic sense?
About eight years now. By the time the project is completed next year, Engro would have equity of 125 million dollars.
Losing oneself in the bustle of the big city is one thing but going missing is entirely different
Imran Khan’s political journey is undoubtedly a subject that needs academic research, but facts cannot be cherry-picked
A start-up is creating optimism by facilitating interactions between the differently-abled and the rest of the community
The recent, sudden ‘suspension’ of the national flag carrier’s decades-long operations to the United States is only the
Central to all allegations about a plane that went missing and popped up in Germany is former Acting Chief Executive...
On December 21, 2016, Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif announced a major reshuffle of the bureaucracy. Pakistan...
Without any warning came the proclamation that the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) was shutting down its New...
The hallmark of Bernd Hildenbrand’s tenure as the chief executive officer of the Pakistan International Airlines...
The chaotic political developments in Karachi over the past week seemed to indicate weakness and manipulation.
Umer Akmal and Ahmed Shahzad have seemingly batted themselves out of contention but who were the other Pakistani batsmen
The ongoing strife in Myanmar’s Rakhine State targeting the minority Muslim population has shone a light on Karachi’s
In the most-recent shake-up of the Quaid-i-Azam trophy format, draft selection has entered the fray. Is the idea flawed?
Eos singles out the one player from the seven Premier League title challengers this season who could make all the
In the city of the Quaid-i-Azam, only two or three artisans of the famed karakul cap survive
Understanding the city through the prism of ‘conflict in motion’