Only six women made it to the National Assembly on general seats after May 11 election, all political stalwarts in their own right, at this point in time, but whose initial entry into the all boys’ club of parliament was through a family pass.
The Herald collects evidence from across the country to analyse the fairness of election 2013
With an overwhelming Muslim majority of over 96 per cent in Pakistan, non-Muslim citizens fail to constitute important vote banks.
Baloch nationalist parties are determined to contest the upcoming election, unlike in 2008, when they decided to sit out the election process.
A recent statement by the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan made it clear that the militants have plans to sabotage elections.
The highest proportion of those aged between 36 to 50 years (32.5 per cent) indicate a preference for the PPP.
Few will remember next year that Pakistan broke the record of breaking records in 2012
From Orangi to North Nazimabad, the targeting of security personnel by the Taliban has become common.
A look at how the process of deputations to the FIA, works or, at least, is initiated.
Conversions, discrimination and isolation – the state of Hindus in Pakistan.
In Nawaz Sharif’s second life, reclaiming Punjab was central to the reconnection with the past and all its glory