Questions of Pakistani identity are being asked and answered through a variety of different platforms.
Is the incumbent on track for a repeat? After recent events and general trends, it’s looking a bit tight right now.
Law and order can be expanded beyond just exemplary punishment after violence has occurred.
Why one sees different standards being applied to what appear to be similar issues?
The desire to keep up, to retain and to reflect a certain lifestyle is an incredibly powerful one.
There are many reasons as to why the state remains handicapped; most of them are grounded in the specific nature of the TLP.
If conflation of culture with religion is taken as true, there is mounting evidence that society has gone closer to such roots.
The problem lies not in elections in the broadest sense possible, but with the type of politics being ...
Over a decade, three more women out of 100 aged between 19 and 39 have acquired college degrees, compared to only two more men.
Increasingly it seems, more opportunities in higher education and the workforce are reserved for those on ...
The wholesale adoption of marketisation policies has produced undesirable results.
Pakistan consistently ranks in the bottom quartile of all assessments on gender equality.
Short-term redressal is not unique to the electricity sector but it is perhaps a domain in which it remains the most persistent.
In other countries, local movements around land and housing have received tremendous support from political parties ...
The country’s politics is not immune to being shaped by regional and global populisms in a myriad of ways.
Who does the much-hyped Ravi Riverfront Urban Development Project serve?
Seen from one angle, the story of associational politics is a story of protecting and extracting economic and political rents.
There is a drive towards the creation of a ‘national cuisine’ landscape as well as greater insight into region-based diversity.
A concessional approach has emboldened religious groups to make more demands.
Hunger and want, and the constant reminder of inequality,may condition religious mobilisation, but they are not solely sufficient.