How different can leading the country be from deciding the batting order in a match of cricket?
Over the last few weeks Hamza has become yet another member of the Sharif clan to attract the attention of the NAB
Here the Herald looks at major virus outbreaks in Pakistan
The only thing preventing Usman Buzdar from going full Chulbul Pandey of Dabang has been his salary
That Azhar’s name gets mentioned with reference to almost every militant attack in Kashmir is not an exaggeration
Why status quo should not come in the way of human rights
The top ten items Pakistan imported from and exported to India during the first six months of the fiscal year 2017-18
A prime minister is not a financial expert; this is why Atif Mian could not have been prime minister
Even the media – of which Chaudhry himself has been a part as a talk-show host – fails to faze him
Herald fact-checks FIA's arguments for its failure to pursue the case pertaining to the 1990 general election rigging
I just joined Twitter to ask people about Pakistan and I got showered with so much love
Herald looks at the statistics of the youth bulge from 1960-2016
Herald fact-checks claims made by the finance minister about the current political and economic situation in Pakistan
Here, the Herald looks at various seasonal festivals observed by people through history
Saleem was appointed in grade 18 as a deputy director of NAB in 2003. Three months later, he was promoted to grade 19
Illustration by Reema Siddiqui This was originally published in the Herald's January 2019 issue. To read...
Pakistan was also declared to be the safest country in the world for foreigners
Herald looks at how the idea of strikes has evolved
This article is part of the Herald's satire series titled 'Newsbite'