Whether this ire is the product of one party’s soured relationship with the army, or a principled stance against military interference, is something only time will tell.
Published 19 May, 2023 12:17pm
Social conditioning frames our response to harassment: as young girls, for example, we're conditioned to be polite.
Updated 16 Apr, 2018 06:07pm
I wonder if we'll ever live without the fear that you or your loved one will never return as they step out of the house.
Published 18 Feb, 2017 09:51am
It is mind boggling how the sight of women with men on motorbikes isn’t 'beyhayai' but women alone on motorbikes is.
Updated 12 Jan, 2016 10:22am
Reham Khan and Imran Khan have decided to part ways. And it seems, we too, decided to part ways with decency.
Updated 31 Oct, 2015 11:49am
It is an obfuscation that serves to perpetuate these atrocities and normalise their occurrence as a routine of violence.
Updated 16 May, 2015 02:58pm
That a discussion in an 'elite' university can shake up the corridors of power says much about the state of affairs.
Updated 09 Apr, 2015 06:49pm
Our temporary outrage, our temporary grief, all proudly flaunted in our glossy garb of 'resilience'.
Updated 10 Jan, 2015 02:57pm
Charged and polarised, political arguments are splitting the society; you have no option but to pick a side.
Updated 13 Sep, 2014 04:27pm
What Imran advocates right now is rebellion against the Pakistani state itself.
Updated 18 Aug, 2014 08:03pm