Shehbaz Sharif’s arrest raises serious questions regarding the fairness, neutrality and motives of the NAB
The default perception among government functionaries is that NGOs are some ‘non-combatant foreign enemies’.
Herald fact-checks statements made by the federal government regarding Pakistan's economy
The special report examines the role of the intelligence agencies in the country's chequered political history.
70 out of 100 PhD faculty members from various universities in Balochistan left the province in 2015
What is Iqbal’s relevance for our individual and collective thinking?
There is a concern that time may run out if measures to protect the environment and wildlife are not taken soon
The latest spurt for the new province came on April 9, 2018 when a new political entity came into being
Mananwala, a small town near Sheikhupura, has a large settlement of qalandars who have given up their nomadic lifestyle.
The Pakistan Navy wants to acquire around 1,500 acres of land in different parts of Gwadar district.
He is the face of NP in Balochistan and symbolises the limited gains and multiple failures of the party
Residents have tried to get the workshops closed down because they operate in clear violation of environmental laws
He sits on a roost that many say he is only keeping warm for someone else
A look into how the idea of public education has evolved over the years
If a pir in our society is also a big landlord, his power and control over people multiply manifold
A history of loans Pakistan has taken from the IMF
A breakup of federal employees along provincial, gender and religious lines
As the newly elected government begins it tenure, important decisions are made on a daily basis
Profile: Fazlur Rehman, like other mainstream political leaders, finds himself in an increasingly divided Pakistan.
The name Bhutto is one that still evokes great passions, whether negative or positive