Sepa has been given a bad name for not enforcing the law.
Airline tragedies in Pakistan are papered over.
Over 9m Pakistani children experience chronic malnutrition.
Contaminated food and drink hardly bother the state.
Children are not getting enough nutrients.
Politicians’ power stems from their own persons and rhetoric.
All people have to do to learn the truth is reach out for it.
Raising awareness must be part of any move to ban polythene.
The issue of regional languages has dropped off the radar.
Why create problems where none exist?
Naming and shaming domestic help on social media is a favourite pastime.
Thriving bookstores are conspicuous by their absence.
Pakistan has glorious reminders of its multifaith history.
The billboards are missing, and Karachi feels less crowded.
There are important lessons to learn from the ruin of Patriata.
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Personal or even state-sponsored generosity to artists is piecemeal.
The monsoons are upon us and the waters are treacherous.
This story will make no headlines and will not flash on TV screens.
These days, crises always seem to snowball into histrionics.