The indiscriminate use of coercive power by the state to silence dissent undermines national solidarity.
According to UK law, nikah on its own is not enough, and a civil ceremony is a requirement to marry.
Presently, electoral prospects for PSP and MQM-P are decidedly bleak due to possible vote-splitting.
Editorial: Is the government planning to surrender Fata reforms in the interest of upcoming elections?
A judicial milestone that every sensible person ought to embrace has been thwarted by dismal political opportunism.
The tourism sector, despite its huge potential, is still not a priority subject
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The essence of luxury is in human investment.
A special report highlighting the complexities of the Fata merger.
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The PTI chief has given the liberals hope and much-needed reaffirmation.
The ‘resignations’ of PML-N lawmakers has once again spurred speculation about an imminent breakup of the ruling party.
Many heads have rolled in the PMLN during its current stint in power. But some roll easier than others.
Even a couple of celebs are catching some major feels from Bollywood's very own royal wedding.
As activists take turns to condemn Raza’s disappearance, a steely sense of resolve settles upon them.
A paramount message is about how to stay independent when caught between two giant neighbours who happen to be rivals.
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We got to see some of the most glorious landscapes any traveller’s eyes can have the fortune of beholding.
Does the delay in projects signify a setback for the future of economic cooperation between Beijing and Islamabad?
“He will be always seen as a dynast. But much will depend on how he delivers results for the party.”