The vast majority of Karachi’s sex workers do not enter or exit the trade on their own terms. But they can still dream...
A group of Mixed Martial Arts fighters train resiliently on the streets and at a club in Karachi, with dreams of making it big on
The mistreatment of Karachi’s garment factory workers is hardly a new phenomenon. Working in factories that often resemble jails..
Living with special people is not easy; some blame fate, some blame themselves and give into despair while a few rise to
From schooling to finding reliable healthcare and then searching for a job that provides dignity as well as decent pay
We talk of Women’s Day and women’s honour and rights, but our women are not safe when they step out of the house
Here is the cautionary tale of the rise and fall of once-great Karachi Transport Corporation.
“Those who do not move do not notice their chains,” said Rosa Luxemburg, a 20th century philosopher.
Four stories from across Pakistan that illustrate the problems faced by the working class.
Spurred by poverty and enabled by legal lacunae, there seems no end in sight to child labour
Basic necessities of life still have yet to make their way to Essa Nagri.
In a lesser-known neighbourhood of Karachi's Ranchore Lines, a gurdwara, a church and a Hindu temple stand side-by-side.