Promoting the “Rally Against Fear” on Facebook, one of the citizen organisers says, “Join hands to take responsibility for your country. Come out of your homes. Show that this is our country too.”
Rewind: Bonus photos of football fever in Lyari during FIFA World Cup 2010.
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HIV and AIDS are here and now – even in the land of the pure. But what are we doing to change the patterns of risky behaviour?
In a developing country like Pakistan where many of the 170 million people earn less than two dollars a day, a little surge in the price of flour and edible oil can be devastating.
It has been said that Habib Fida Ali writes poetry in concrete. Here, with his unique wit and charm, the eminent architect holds forth on his college days, his passions and his greatest creations.
Underage children make up a large part of Pakistan’s workforce – often without salaries and at huge risk to their well-being, even their lives.
Instead of lauding Zulqarnain Haider for turning down an offer to fix a match, he has been castigated.
The PBC is all in favour of the proposed RGST, but chances are the politics of economics will stymie the proposal.
“This country has always come out of economic crises – ours continues to be a very resilient economy,” says Dr Ishrat Husain, Director of IBA and former Governor of the SBP.