“I don’t expect the urbanised class to understand the level of slavery the rural women experience”
Non-government organisations are mushrooming in Pakistan. But how many are effecting meaningful change and how many are simply following the dictates of foreign donors?
The most interesting and informative news about Saudi Arabia lies beyond the pages of Arab News
With a dire lack of lifeguard and rescue services, Karachi’s beach goers put their lives on the line with every plunge.
Are multinational corporations failing to ensure that Pakistan’s factories comply with international labour standards?
The 21st Century Business and Economics Club hosted its first get together for Karachi’s elite business community earlier in September.
The brutal murder of Farida Afridi brings into focus the dangers that come with being a woman in this country – let alone a women’s activist.
Toronto’s vibrant Gay Pride Parade reveals how South Asian communities are no longer willing to remain confined to the closet.
“We have a chowkidar who was a dacoit and who now has grandchildren studying in the school.”
The Citizen’s Foundation offers study opportunities to children who need to work to sustain themselves and their families.