The top two vote-getters in this survey have both served jail time.
As 2010 comes to a close, we look back at Granta 112. The issue showcases a wide variety of Pakistani literary and artistic talent, and says a lot about the hurt pervasive in Pakistan today.
An interactive session with Take Back The Tech! activists discussed social activism in the age of Facebook and Twitter.
The Social Network offers a perfect example of how social networking has not only changed the way we communicate, but also redefined the significance, or rather insignificance, of friendship.
By harmoniously syncing their voices to render a fusion of eastern and western melodies, the Cheapmunks seem to have found a niche that caters to the taste of Pakistan’s modern youth.
“We plan to keep our fan page alive by posting new videos every now and then,” says Suhana of the Cheapmunks.
A new generation of stone-pelting freedom fighters is leading the struggle and shaping the intellectual discourse in Indian-administered Kashmir.
ICT and social media tools are being used to map and garner support for individual relief efforts.
The Facebook controversy has not gone away. Lawyers are trying to push more court-ordered bans through. Is Pakistan prepared for the varied consequences of censorship and content filtration?
Looking Back on the Facebook ban: Pakistan is not the only country in the world with blasphemy laws, but they are the only ones who seem to be using them, as was obvious from the Facebook ban.