Newsline brings you a selection of articles and blog posts published on social media and its impact on politics and democracy.
It has been four years since Benazir Bhutto’s brutal assassination and Newsline has assembled a photo gallery to commemorate the death of the political leader.
The Karachi jalsa was much talked about and tweeted about. Newsline has compiled some of the tweets to get a sense of the public’s opinion about the historical event.
Hundreds of student volunteers worked tirelessly in the days leading up to the Karachi jalsa on December 25. Newsline speaks to student leader Arsalan Taj Ghumman to learn more about their efforts.
Is Imran Khan a gifted conjurer whose fans are too enamoured by the spectacle he produces to even consider the smoke and mirrors that share the stage with him?
Newsline’s exclusive photos of Imran Khan from its archives along with recent quotes by the politician.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s jalsa in Kasur will be most remembered for the mass looting of chairs.
The religious group’s executive director said the most concerning thing about All-American Muslim is “the absence of the radical side of the Imam’s proposition of Shariah Law.”
December 12, 2011, will go down as a historic day for all women in Pakistan: new legislation decrees that hate crimes against women and cultural norms to shackle women will be punishable by law.
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