Saleem was appointed in grade 18 as a deputy director of NAB in 2003. Three months later, he was promoted to grade 19
Recently, the gas shortage reached such a high level that industrialists in Karachi threatened to shut down factories
Pakistani parents have been running from pillar to post for their children’s education for over three decades now.
Justice Khosa stood out from the rest of the bench in the Panama Papers hearings because he was never unsure.
The Chief Justice became the Herald's 'Person of the Year 2018' after receiving the highest votes in the three-way poll
The Taliban have little incentive to stop fighting a war that they believe they are winning
The Chief Justice made it to the cover after attaining the highest number of total votes in the three-way poll
In many cases, minority communities have attracted fatal attention for having distinct, identifiable features
Araeen dreamt of being an artist and breaking the stereotypical art practices
The residents of Latoo have learned an invaluable lesson: to survive you need to be self-reliant
Pakistan was also declared to be the safest country in the world for foreigners
How a Central Asian bird is shaping Pakistan's policies
On a personal level, too, she was nothing but an embattled and challenged occupant of the Bhutto throne.
The old customary system of justice is now under pressure to follow provincial and federal laws
The rise of populist politicians and parties seems to be a pushback against changes in the nation state model
Herald looks at how the idea of strikes has evolved
Ghalib’s association with Rampur began when he tutored young Yusuf Ali Khan in Persian
There are 47,000 federal government employees in Karachi but the Estate Office has only 8,000 housing units
Social media is reshaping conflict in the 21st century by deploying Fifth-generation warfare
Free of pesticides and fertilisers, organic vegetables have become a necessity in today's world.