As the sun rises, a group of children incarcerated with their mothers are liberated, but only for a few hours.
Why did the police destroy the evidence in the prominent social activist's slaying four years ago?
Older than Mohenjo-daro, Mehrgarh represents the oldest, and most neglected, civilisation in the region.
Many working Pakistani women feel discriminated against despite the increased participation of women in the workforce.
Plot twists, accusations and 25,000 pages of evidence — a snapshot of the case that will determine Nawaz Sharif's fate.
On the third day of the event, local traders staged a protest and chanted slogans against the organisers.
Locals from a small village in Thar are standing up against a multi-million rupee coal excavation project.
Defusing explosives aside, Abdul Razzaq was a loving and loyal friend, brother and son.
It wasn't always the case, but celebrating Valentine's Day on campus is now an act of defiance.
All faiths teach followers to be tolerant and compassionate.
What it means to live and die in Pakistan, but not call it home — this is the story of millions of Afghans.
"I have never felt more at risk for myself and for others who identify themselves as Muslims."
Take a 360° tour of the Quaid-e-Azam Museum.
Last year in August, I began recording stories of inmates at Karachi’s city court lock-up. What I saw was heartbreaking.
Connections, bribes and a little creativity make selling alcohol in Hyderabad a smooth operation.
From a tired labourer to a high-flying socialite, there is a paan for everyone
With nearly 44pc of children stunted, Pakistan is on a dangerous downward trajectory.
Taskeen.org offers a judgement-free safe space online.
"The endgame is to make football into not just what cricket is today but more than that."
According to a research titled ‘What Works For Women At Work’, women are often faced with a ‘Prove It Again’...
Young girls need to be taught that learning technology will open doors to diverse opportunities.
How can girls carve their space in a male dominated workplace? Sana Khan reveals.
More than 40% of the employees at 'WeRPlay' are women
We have to have a lasting discourse on women embracing technology and playing their part in the industry.
The simple fact is that biometric data management is yet to mature.
Breaking gender stereotypes, one code at a time.
Exploiting factory workers and fabricating certificates has long been the norm in the textile and garments sector.
Fly-by-night clinics, shady middlemen, lawbreaking doctors — organ trafficking makes a comeback in Pakistan.
Lack of space and resources is not going to bring down the students at Sigram Government Primary School.
The caravan aimed to inform indigenous communities about food sovereignty and climate justice.
Despite some poor performance, progress has been made in certain areas.
Who were the lawyers who died demanding justice for one of their own?
Of the many Parsis who once resided here, only about two to four families remain.