Economic management is passing out of Ishaq Dar’s hands into those of the new prime minister.
The ‘karkhandari zubaan’, spoken by trader communities, was once the subject of many nostalgic tributes to the city.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner will be studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics
But as Aug 14 was celebrated this year it was clear that this ideology is now facing new competition.
The musician talks about what's missing in Pakistani music and his first Coke Studio 10 track 'Allah o Akbar'
The General's public persona and private image differed sharply
Political, social and religious turmoil in the country has taken a toll on Pakistan's economy.
It is so apparent that all his talk about democracy and civilian supremacy is about personal political survival.
Either NAB should have disqualified him on proven corruption or the voters should have booted him out next year
Statements like "deewangi aur love mai bohat kuch hota hai" implicitly justify violence. That's a problem
There are economic, social and cultural reasons behind the slow growth of e-commerce businesses in Pakistan.
Remembering the qawwali maestro on his 20th death anniversary
In this month's satire series, the JIT makes a case for Nawaz Sharif's innocence.
The mindset in Balochistan is becoming stunted and intolerant.
Murtaza Solangi, former DG, Radio Pakistan, speaks about Mr Jinnah’s tapes and his vision for Pakistan.
Some wild theories have emerged about the approaching total solar eclipse that will be visible to many in US.
Not many know that Rawalpindi was one of the starting points of the massacres during Partition.
A strong prime minister being barred so easily without trial is bad for stability.
The museum will offer visitors a glimpse into world's largest and arguably the bloodiest migration.
In the city of the Quaid-i-Azam, only two or three artisans of the famed karakul cap survive