So much has been accomplished by the Hindutva forces in the last 10 months that it is hard to predict what comes next.
A forecast of what’s coming this week as impeachment inquiry — only the 4th time in US history — heads to live TV.
In conversations surrounding the 'forced conversions' of Hindu girls, the voices of the girls are missing
Politicians and journalists question merit and timing of the ruling by the Supreme Court of India.
The online marketplace has created a customer experience that goes beyond retail to entertain and engage app visitors.
Dispute centres around who should control the land upon which lie the ruins of the 16th-century Babri Mosque.
India's clampdown in occupied Kashmir has entered its 4th month — here's everything you need to know
Dawn.com looks back at the major developments since August 5, when India unilaterally annexed occupied Kashmir.
TikTok gives its users more of what makes them feel good. This is not social media; this is purely personal.
Satirical caricatures have always ruffled the feathers of the powerful
Locusts are denuding Pakistani farms and poised to spread into India.
WoW offered women both training and subsidised motorcycles until it was phased out under the current government
Getting to know Adil Salahuddin, the man behind some of Pakistan’s most memorable stamps
The VHP complained that the decision to allow ‘Lab Pe Aati Hai Dua’ to be sung by Pilibhit students was ‘anti-national’.
Graduation programmes empower women to send children to school, provide nutrition to families and refurbish their homes.
Tens of millions of people are suffocating under the rising tide of inflation and unemployment.
The students’ excitement was palpable; they were confidently explaining what they had built to everyone who asked.
Sad tidings reached too late. And death certificates could not be handed out under an internet blackout.
Over 38 days since August 6, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court has heard final arguments in the Ayodhya case.
A summary of what the US withdrawal means for those rushing in and those left behind.
Dam construction and upstream activities have left the fishing communities with little to fish and dried up livelihoods.
"I feel at home in Karachi as we share the same culture and understand each other well" — Queen Elizabeth II, 1997.
A takeover of national media is one of the first priorities of any rebellion.
MUSHARRAF'S AGENDA: WHAT DID HE ACHIEVE?
The son of villagers, a spy boss and now a Nobel laureate, Ahmed has seen an unpredictable, peril-strewn rise to fame.
Torture to extract confessions in police custody has become a major cause of custodial deaths in Punjab.