Sunday’s attack is a deliberate act of violence intended to terrorise Quebec’s minority groups.
With more than half of the women of Pakistani origin not working, the struggle for economic parity remains elusive.
It's much more than dharnas: it's a daily struggle to work for the rights of those who are less fortunate than us.
An objective review of General Ayub Khan’s policies suggests that his primary motive was to prolong his rule.
Ms Lagarde has asked us to raise our own funds for growth, cut losses, educate women and children, and end corruption.
Protecting borders is futile when the population inside is unspeakably suffering.
By rewarding vigilantes, the Karachi police is abdicating their responsibility to protect our life and property.
Captain Khan’s parents have shown tremendous courage and grace in standing up to America’s national bully.
Would martial law have been declared in Pakistan had Karachi not been hit by the worst flood in 45 years?
If there's anything I've seen on my travels to Turkey, it is that they are an astoundingly resilient people.
A number of Pakistani graduates have been reduced to grudgingly embracing the job-education mismatch in the country.
Intolerant of progressive voices, the right-wing media will doctor images to spread hate against institutions.
A relatively small number of Americans have been named and shamed in the Panama papers.
The government has admitted that poverty is much more prevalent. Yet, it falls short of admitting the whole truth.
The recent World Happiness Report, through its title and narrative, slightly distorts the actual nature of its findings.
Our universities must embrace the experiential learning paradigm, and put student talent in environments with investors.
The decision to send one or more children to universities necessarily becomes an exercise in resource allocation.
Mr. Kumar and JNU have become unsuspecting characters in the campaign to radicalise Indian body politic.
Let your admission interview be the reverse interview where you interview the interviewers.
Tajikistan's police have come out razors blazing to win the war on the beard. But, is that likely to curb militancy?