Educationists link screen time with increased irritability in children and give preference to experience-based learning over virtual learning.
When you get to your mid-30s, you start to rethink your life and how you've been living it.
Learn how to make oatmeal banana pancakes and take your little one on a sensory journey.
Hussain has seen his daughter virtually only, his attempts to acquire a visa for Bangladesh have been futile.
I have talked to many people in my community, and this fatwa on marriage is troublesome for us, says Bindiya.
Raiding these slums where Afghans live is a knee-jerk reaction by the police. It is a futile exercise, says Imtiaz Gul.
Most Christians find nursing to be a “very giving profession" as they learn peace loving since childhood.
It is an issue of fundamental human rights. There is an immense need raise a voice against the brutality.
The girls from North Waziristan have been left orphaned during the Zarb-i-Azb operation...
WAZIR Khan, a physician, built the Shahi Hammam for Emperor Jehangir’s wife. But why?
A melange of spiritual and worldly activities, the death anniversary (Urs) of a saint is celebrated, not mourned.
“Those in Palestine are Muslim brothers, but he is not?” she asks, pointing at Zahid Baloch’s picture.
This is the peak season for mountaineering in Pakistan, but the number of foreigners coming here has decreased.
“The purpose of these centres is to minimise direct interaction between police and people,” says Security SP Ali Khan.
The Khidmat Card Scheme was to be launched on March 23 by govt but its execution and implementation is a story.
Thirty miles from Faisalabad, in Toba Tek Singh's Gojra city is a small rundown house, with white paint peeling off.
“When in uniform we are not male or female but police officers”