The influx of Afghan refugees into Pakistan is likely to increase again with the US withdrawal.
A communication campaign about vaccination that encourages informed consent of citizens will improve outcomes.
A bill to protect domestic workers is awaiting Senate approval.
It is essential for our democracy that media regulators be independent instead of being subjected to hidden pressures.
People must pressure their governments to reassess their ties with Israel.
Peace must be people led and inclusive, or it will not sustain.
South Asia must stand against the Myanmar coup.
The logic of blocking social media to contain protests is flawed.
The seven merged districts of KP, with a combined population of over five million, do not have a single university.
It is vital to incorporate human rights in businesses.
TikTok was removed even though it was cooperating.
Women have built strong networks of support including online.
Big tech and big news corporations have negotiated an agreement of profit-sharing but where does this leave citizens?
Twitter must act transparently.
Reports of hacking attempts and malware are commonplace.
The issue with the new social media rules is that they should not exist in the first place.
The language of the colonisers is seen as a marker of success.
It is indeed a blunder by WhatsApp to move towards a model that is less private than before.
We should learn from this exposé that it is never a good idea to employ malicious campaigns online.
Why is the Universal Service Fund not being used to extend mobile and internet connectivity in underserved areas?