Imagine not having the means to do anything upon finding out your child has been a victim of abuse — it's paralysing.
Private security guards have joined the list of people and things our children remain unsafe from in Pakistan.
The mighty Council of Islamic Ideology is standing in the way of progress ... again. Who is surprised?
"How is the government expected to know about every death in Thar?" Qaim Ali Shah asked. Figure it out, chief minister.
Mr. Chaudhry Nisar, the solution does not lie in placing four policemen outside mosques and churches.
While blame games continue to make headlines, infants in Pakistan will be going home without the life-saving BCG vaccine
Aren’t the lives lost to terrorism enough for this country to deal with?
Our children no longer seem to be safe at hospitals and treatment centres.
If the UNHCR can’t work there and the government isn’t doing much either – who will help our IDPs?
What matters more right now? Not derailing democracy, or not allowing another corrupt government to take us for a ride.
Forget teachings of charity and brotherhood – it’s time to win a pair of Servis shoes and perhaps a ‘Voice ki gari’.
As clashes erupted, Pakistani politicians were busy playing hopscotch over the dead bodies.
The attacks are no longer confined. They have smoothly arrived where their penetration should have been hardest.
Our officials are the champions of monitoring porn sites but failures when it comes to protecting basic human rights.
Do abductors believe that the forceful conversion and marriage of a minority woman may win him rewards in the afterlife?
Could dialogue have saved the lives of the 21 people killed in the Islamabad blast today?
We happen to host some of the most corrupt bureaucrats in the world – they are perhaps some of the most confident too.
Nothing impacts emotions faster than a clip showing evil Indian media and how it is out to get us vulnerable Pakistanis.
It is about time this state looks at its citizens as more than mere tax payers and vote banks.
I still haven’t been able to vote - therefore, I still have the right to say these elections were not free and fair.