In a poll conducted by the Herald, Liaquat Ali Khan was ranked the 7th most influential Pakistani after Jinnah
Much like the deep state after a few years of democracy, Chaudhry Nisar has finally said 'no more'
Scientists, intellectuals and social scientists expected that the spread of modern science would drive secularisation
Categorised as non-Muslims in Pakistan, community members speak of living in constant fear of victimisation
The tribal areas are home to more than five million residents, as per the latest census data
A candid conversation with the parliamentarian, politician, journalist, and human rights activist
"Our sorrow is common to all of us; we have become the playthings of both countries."
Anushay Malik delves into literature that challenges traditional and popular ways of thinking about Mughal India
The move faced severe criticism and elicited allegations that it was aimed at saving PPP’s members from investigation
NADRA’s data analysis found 45,000 CNICs submitted by the government to be either suspicious or downright bogus
The Public School Support Program has transferred nearly 4,300 schools to the private sector since its launch in 2015.
'Hold your breath' challenges the violence against migrants and people of colour currently gripping the US
China is deepening bilateral relations with Pakistan as it sees an aggressive India aligning with the US against it.
In Ayesha Gulalai's case, many suggested that she be raped, beaten, or thrown acid at.
This month's satire looks at why the PTI Chairman is here to stay
Herald 2006 archives: An interview with Nawab Akbar Bugti months before his assassination
In a poll run in the Herald's August 2017 issue, Noor Jehan was ranked the 8th most influential Pakistani after Jinnah
The prime minister is generally regarded as media shy, an obvious strength when fame and infamy are hard to distinguish.
In our political culture, the ghost of vanquished leaders prove to be more potent than their live versions
Herald 2006 archives: Are in-laws a national affliction or is the younger generation simply devoid of tolerance?