Existing mechanisms for dialogue are important, yet inadequate.
A small number of American volunteers are striving to preserve, restore and digitize the only complete print of the
To what extent does coverage determine who wins an election?
About 44pc of our children do not get adequate food.
A contentious but thought-provoking book is marred by poor editing
The last 15 years have seen a surge in the number of television channels and radio stations in the country.
The Lahore Resolution portrays a vision formulated through a consultative, democratic process.
Pemra’s 14-year history is a curious mixture of frenetic activity and wilful apathy.
All states require secrecy in some aspects.
TV news is gifting Trump free and abundant projection of his bizarre persona.
Prosaic yet readable, reserved yet revelatory, Syed Fida Hassan’s memoirs constitute an interesting book despite its
The Brexit vote could have included the ‘renegotiate’ option.
Muhammad Ali Siddiqi’s memoirs show his immense fervour for his country and his profession
The information ministry has performed a spectacular somersault.
The man behind PTV made decisive contribution to bring TV to Pakistan, to find and nurture talent and skills.
Aslam Azhar’s journey from appearing in a TV ad to laying the foundation of television in Pakistan
Syed Munir Husain’s memoirs take us through some of the political upheavals he was witness to during his years
Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri’s book provides insight into a difficult time in Pakistan’s foreign policy manoeuvres.
The Media Commission’s proposals require action.
Is the term ‘Islamic State’ worthy of use?