Lahore is the only city I want to live in. But it has become ‘unliveable’
Though it’s too early to say, Maulana’s Azaadi March could be the first step towards delegitimising the PTI government, paving way for more such...
Pakistan’s foreign policy objectives are complex, transactional at times, but always in need of crucial decision- making
Even though no one really knows what the media tribunals would actually look like and do, the assumption is that these will be a tool in hands of...
It’s an education watching the tree that emerged out of nowhere
It is safe to assume that where there is concentrated power, there is more likelihood of abuse of rights
Beyond the here and now of politics, what the next five years under Modi mean for Pakistan
Since not one civilian government has dared to have a public debate around the Ehtram-e Ramzan law since 1981, it is time to start one
There is something definitely amiss in modern forms of communication. There’s no harm in trying to find out what it is…
Teachers at public sector universities share their concerns about the general state of academic freedom