Stories of resilience through the heart of the country along the Indus Highway
The cases suggest a pattern seen in extrajudicial kidnappings and killings by intelligence and law enforcement agencies
Since 2009, thousands of CNICs have been blocked for being issued to 'foreigners'
How victims of four incidents of violence from four different decades ended up on the wrong side of the law
Pakistan is no longer in the position to risk international isolation by not acting against JuD
Sharif's ability to dominate the polity and public imagination extends beyond his tenure as army chief
The call for token reparations for British imperialism fails to account for our colonial legacy's global significance
Among several versions of what led to the MQM split, Hussain's speech on August 22, 2016 is central to each of them
The ‘shining’ Gwadar of official description seems like a mirage — one that haunts the town’s residents.