Zohra Yusuf, chairperson of the Human Rights Commission Pakistan, writes about the HRCP’s latest mission to Balochistan and the tragedies that occur there daily.
A compelling narrative about life on the tea estates of Sylhet, Sips From a Broken Teacup vividly captures the traumatic last days before the break-up of Pakistan.
The Intolerant Indian is a critique of Indian secularism — a concept and system that the majority of Indians rightly take pride in, if not fully adhere to.
Will the images of unforgettable atrocities captured on digital cameras and cell phones by photographers and citizen journalists ensure justice for the victims, or will they fade from memory?
Journalist Zubeida Mustafa makes a strong case for teaching children in their mother tongue, especially in their early years.
By promoting religiosity, the media has become an ally of the mullah in spreading bigotry and intolerance.
“Are we reaching a stage when an on-camera beheading will be seen with a yawn?” asks human rights activist and media practioner Zohra Yusuf, as most channels race to show gruesome images to ostensibly increase their ratings.