With three parties dominating Karachi's three tiers of govt, real solutions to its problems are often lost in a war of words.
The true story of how 10 million meals reached those who need it the most in Pakistan.
Pakistan's Lady Health Workers and polio vaccinators are not being treated like the great assets that they are
India's coronavirus outbreak is the third worst in the world, with more than 1.9 million confirmed cases and about 40,700 deaths.
Politicians urge international community to take heed of the precarious peace situation in South Asia.
Dawn.com looks back at the major developments since August 5, 2019 when India unilaterally annexed occupied Kashmir.
A closer review of the recently-announced education policy material throws up many issues of concern.
In Pakistan, buyers can select an animal and have it delivered to their doorstep, slaughtered or donated to a charity.
Are men such as Farhan Virk — a banned Twitter celebrity who peddled nationalist propaganda— dispensable in social media warfare?
Dr Michael Saag is getting increasingly frustrated as many in the public flout measures meant to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
What happens when a Pakistani academic in a small American town teaches Pakistani literature to a group of white Americans?
The WHO has now identified 21 “vaccine candidates” following a series of global clinical trials.
Positive ratio, critical patients and confirmed cases on the decrease but experts warn spike could be seen on Eid and Ashura.
Will the reopening of tourism in GB provide some relief or has the pandemic made the future of tourism more uncertain?
Over the past year, the YouTube boom has seen many prominent former cricketers set up their personal channels.
The amount of honey harvested by beekeepers in the 12,500-acre forest almost doubled in the past year.
Faiz’s ‘Hum Dekhenge’ has continued to inspire activists for decades. Why do the leftist poet’s words continue to resonate today?
The recent military clash between India and China has transfixed the world. But why now? And what are the ramifications?
It will take some time, but people must be taught to queue up rather than acting like an unruly mob.
Srinagar-born writer and collector of poems, Onaiza Drabu, muses about an identity inextricably linked to languages.
The government needs to respond to the needs of the healthcare workforce which is bravely fighting the outbreak.