Three-quarters of a century after partition, Pakistanis should be able to fix the situation in their largest city.
On her TikTok profile, Sania Khan had posted just the sort of videos that upset the self-styled guardians of morality ...
The horror and discomfort of being female in a country of men has been lamented ever since Pakistan came into existence.
Optimism in rain-doused Karachi amounts to the simple hope that this round of rains does not deal too heavy a blow.
As a labour-exporting country, Pakistan should be paying close attention to the emerging demand for workers abroad.
It is true that a kind of national identity formed around cinema.
The focus should be on long-term care for those who are losing their memory, being patient with them, and not allowing their...
The proliferation of vloggers, Instagrammers and TikTokers means that people can remove the division between the public and th...
Such an extreme celebration of nationalism surely cannot be a good idea at a time of far-right belligerence.
Vloggers suffer from burnout from constantly producing likeable and viewable content.
Such is the normalisation of violence against women that no one is bothered even when they know someone is being abused.
The fact that climate catastrophe does not accord with national borders is proving to be a problem.
The Taliban’s latest edict on the burqa could be a last-ditch effort to create a controversy and get some international attention.
The sort of solution that a biotech firm sought to decrease the mosquito population, and thus limit disease, is an eye-opener.
There's an issue as to whether overseas Pakistanis should have inordinate level of influence on political system of the country.
The months ahead will see the resources of the world’s financial institutions being stretched to the limit.
Human suffering should be the ultimate instigator of action.
Afghan women cannot participate in the rebuilding of the country that is so urgently required.
If ever there were doubts about the shallowness of European ‘civilisation’, the current conflict should put them to rest.
The new Russia does not seem suited to an ascetic life, but much of what we know of it is the picture provided by urban elites.