Aisha Sarwari writes of her husband’s life, and her own, while the book came into being.
It is worth repeating that when there is a sexual assault, it is important to report the crime.
Mental health helplines or food distribution schemes for a few communities may not cut it for a nation of 220 million.
As letters fly back and forth, a simple friendship turns obsessive
The responsibility does not lie on our shoulders — or our dupattas.
Until the state does not take action against these self-styled courts, our Ambreens will keep getting murdered.
Until the child in Larkana gets justice, her ordeal is one that will haunt this country.
How about managing the perversion of love better, Mr. President?
What a tragedy that the very body that has a contract to look out for the life of its citizens turns on its citizens.
Penalising students over Facebook posts creates such a broad brush of control that it simply cannot be legal.
The least we can do is identify and castigate men who create hurdles for women everywhere.
Men are free to act out because society recognises their passions.
Women shouldn’t have to return to work with their post-birth stitches just 10 days after delivery, like I did.
All such attacks on women tell them; scream to them, rather, that this is their real place – cloaked and invisible.
No amount of perceived or deliberate provocation can absolve a man for a breach of consent in the act of rape. None.
For most women, using public transport is like stepping into a bin under a public hospital bed. It's time to change that
Wanderlust gets a kick in the shin in Pakistan.
There were no CM visits; no placard-holding, sloganeering NGO-aunties; not even an armchair jihad on Twitter.