Speed and precision are essential, and can be sometimes brutal.
Does the state have the right to regulate the private lives of citizens?
Pakistan has 11 firearms in civilian hands per 100 people.
The very idea of science fiction becoming reality is utterly beguiling.
In their helplessness, people in need of funds turn to Shylocks.
Newsmen today tend no longer to have ink-stained fingers.
Curiously, there seems to have been more criticism of the ad than praise.
Will Lahore’s skies be studded with diamonds again?
Events of dizzying excitement are taking place such as the newest Mars landing.
The public education system is in dire need of reform.
Illegal slums come up because no legal options are provided.
The poor Pakistani is exposed to all sorts of lethal dangers.
Nature’s adversarial stance will only intensify.
The trembling, traumatised soul was taken in by horrified animal rescuers.
PK in Pakistan is looking for the ‘right number’.
He fought the darkness by flooding his world with light.
What starts with a cigarette here or there develops into a lifelong habit.
IT’S one of the ditties drummed into my head from earliest childhood: Bhara Kahu, Tret, Charapani, Company Baagh,...
The waters of our planet are increasingly being rendered poisonous.
What has happened to Murree, the queen of hill stations?