A look at how closely promises made in party manifestos reflect civil society’s concerns
When the Act was first presented in the National Assembly, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan was quick to declare it a “black law”.
Public wariness and distrust are preventing successful immunisation campaigns
In December 2012 it was revealed that the airline currently faces a loss of 141.4 billion rupees.
YouTube in Pakistan is stuck between the government’s concerns and Google’s policies
As much as mainstream political parties in Pakistan try to revive that lost era of youth mobilisation today, their efforts appear to fall short.
While the Pakistan army conducts a security operation in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) against militants, there remains a cloak that shadows the entire operation.
Our experts take a look a look at voting behaviour and make some predictions.
Mooed Yusuf and Ali Sultan analyse voters’ outlook and preferences on electoral issues and outcomes.