Whatever dissenting Saudis may think of the changes, there is no doubt that a transformation is taking place.
The scars of Karachi’s crimes are visible everywhere, on the bodies and faces of its people.
Washington’s exercise of power over the past two decades has been brash and brutish.
The creation of the ‘matriarchal caliphate’ seems to have little to do with matters of actual religious dogma.
Republican bravado being what it is, the case against impeachment is looking strong.
The government and PTA believe they have broad powers to assault the rights of political organisations.
No Trump press conference could conclude without a reiteration of his superiority over all other presidents.
Our instinctual tendency however seems to be servility.
It is not for the first time that an American ally has suffered such a fate.
Why must they turn to these ‘guardians’ who may be capable of forcing them into illicit relationships?
The dark recesses of the internet have become home to the most evil and depraved actions.
At the root lies toxic masculinity, or the cultural maintenance of norms that entrench male dominance.
So despicable is the situation in Karachi that it would not be difficult to construct a compelling dystopian novel using
The first cases surfaced in 2017; the latest accusation — terrifying and repugnant — came to the fore last week.
The outcome of two of the world’s major conflicts is regression, a move back to the past.
To ensure that the people of Kashmir get the attention they deserve, Pakistan must lead the way.
Change does not come in a day, but perhaps it does come in 72 years.
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It must have been an odd thing for the PM to step into a country whose head was having such a visibly Islamophobic