Why status quo should not come in the way of human rights
We saw for the first time, a military confrontation that involved the use of air power between India and Pakistan
Sabyn Javeri explores the world of women and the hijab in her new short story collection, Hijabistan
In 1971, General Yahya Khan launched Operation Searchlight, sending in troops to quell the rebellion in East Pakistan
1989 archives: An exclusive interview with the Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi
The top ten items Pakistan imported from and exported to India during the first six months of the fiscal year 2017-18
A prime minister is not a financial expert; this is why Atif Mian could not have been prime minister
When censorship has failed, there have been cover-ups, hobbled commissions, abductions and mysterious death
Ms Razvi also has considerable experience of family courts in which she has handled several cases
While the precise age of the statues is not known, they are at least 80 to 90 years old
Martial Law is not the solution to the grave problems faced by the country: Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo
1984: An in-depth interview with the Baloch politician who was the President of the Pakistan National Party
By the 1980s, the ulema had occupied an ascendant position to lead and direct a state-powered project of Islamisation.
According to media reports, the bombs were delivered using a guidance kit manufactured by an Israeli company.
A tête-à-tête with the talented Pakistani drama actress, Khalida Riyasat
1994 archives: Should the locals be persuaded to preserve their ancient lifestyles to encourage tourism?
The many facets of a Pakistani woman, and the forces shaping her destiny
Riaz’s journey from a humble government contractor to a real estate tycoon is characterised as a rags-to-riches story
Though taxidermy is permitted in Pakistan, many of the animals preserved are hunted illegally
Many transwomen in Pakistan undergo sex change surgeries. Those who can afford, even go to qualified doctors abroad
Ameer Minai’s diverse interests and works made him a singular talent in the pre-Partition Subcontinent