The practice that started in 1200 BCE must be mastered by presidents all over the world
Herald fact-checks how reliable RTS is and whether there really was a system failure
Will anyone remember the caretaker government even after all they did for the nation?
Illustration by Saad Khurshid This was originally published in the Herald's August 2018 issue. To read...
The comments on her illness range from insensitive to vile. But her husband has not helped her public image either
A look back at how prisons have evolved worldwide over time
No country can possibly progress by inhibiting one half of its population and depriving it of equal opportunity
The history of collecting personal data and the ways in which it has been used in surveillance activities
A look at a few names and entities whose names were on the United Nations Security Council's list of 139 names
Here's a look at the last two schemes presented by the government and how far they have met their expectations
K-Electric will not bow down to any foreign organisations
Censorship is bad; self-censorship is worse.
Illustration by Saad Khurshid
Farooq Sattar has ended up with many foes for his troubles to keep the Muttahida Qaumi Movement alive and undivided
Here's a look at the history of extrajudicial killings
The business of the state is too serious to be left alone to the sound of silence
The PAS officer's arrest spells a public relations disaster for the Punjab government
If there was something wrong in the country how would we be able to pull off this display of bravado?
Five stories from the past year that were later proven to be incorrect
A look at the history of censorship