Women face greater risks from rape and domestic abuse than from malaria, cancer, war and traffic accidents collectively.
Saba Karim Khan
An astonishingly epic debut novel is a masterful portrait of a country as well as a fitting epitaph for its gone-too
Women blame themselves for not advancing as fast as men.
Mental health problems are not imagined maladies.
By suppressing women’s choices, we are closing a window of seeking love in a world rapidly filling with hate.
One must stand in line before sunrise to collect admission tokens.
There is an obvious gap in global media reporting.
A LITRE of acid in Pakistan costs less than a bottle of water in the US. In less than one dollar, it has the power ...
Street children continue to be ignored.
THE Victorian chimney sweep in Britain, the first industrial nation, was once an even bigger symbol of inhumanity than the bonded child labourer and sex-trafficked women of Pakistan and India today.
THERE are moments when being Pakistani, one feels the nation has made remarkable headway — from technology to travel to nuclear energy. And then there is the vital question of humanity and where we rank
ENTER the second decade of the 21st century and one continues to speculate over the socially constructed notion of aspirational gender parity, which has existed across various cultures and societies.