Pakistan’s rapid urbanisation presents many issues.
There is no sustainable urban life without land management.
What will it take to fix Karachi’s broken supply system?
Is there a desire for transparency in Karachi’s land allocation?
Youth is a resource that we have squandered.
As our cities grow, we must be prepared to tackle fires.
Is Sindh throwing the baby out with the bathwater?
Are ‘katchi abadis’ the only housing option for the poor?
What can we learn from Cape Town’s water crisis response?
The city is undergoing major development, but for whose benefit?
Public land is a social asset, not a commodity.
The lack of solid waste management has reached crisis proportions.
Prime institutions have lost credence in society.
Not everything has gone according to plan in Islamabad.
Moots have become an enterprise unto themselves.
Sir Syed’s talents included a gift for research.
The definition of ‘urban’ needs to be revisited.
City woes can only be redressed through collective management.
A jumble of agencies manage a jumble of challenges.
The credibility of our exam system must be restored.