Where do we, who dream of a progressive and enlightened Pakistan, belong in this landscape that is increasingly dominated by rightist Islamists, who have embraced militancy and sectarianism?
Scion of the Nehru-Gandhi clan, Rahul Gandhi wants to prove his mettle, a mob mishap in Assam takes a dirty turn, and an evergreen hero bids adieu…
For our August issue we asked Pakistanis from all walks of life to write a letter to Pakistan. Here is the second part of the series…
Is dual citizenship viable for high office?
Should we be proud to be Pakistani? Probably not, but we should try.
Newsline takes you back in time to 1989 to inspect how violence became a part of Pakistan’s youth culture.
India’s Maoist insurgency is currently the biggest threat to the country – and there are no answers in sight.
Will the passage of a spate of gender-specific laws change the lives of women in Pakistan?
Aman Azhar believes that reggae lyrics, which often critique the socio-political order, resonate in Pakistan’s ever-increasing dysfunction.
Have the hereditary rulers, planted on the Baloch by the British, done a disservice to their people? Is it the army or the unfair feudal system which is the cause of Balochistan’s ills?