Some claim that infrastructure, access to technology and connectivity are not set up to equitably meet...
Its owner has bitten off more than he can chew with his brazen cutting of trees and shrubs around the restaurant
It is argued that the dam will further damage the delta and its ecology, harming the lives of those who live there
The Ordinance presents a comprehensive mechanism to check and prevent hoarding of essential items
What begs consideration is the court system and the access to justice in wake of these uncertain times
At a time when all resources need to be focused on fighting Covid-19, the state is instead busy appeasing the clerics
The ramifications of the pandemic will only exacerbate the problems PIA has been facing over the years
This abrupt wake up call should make all the relevant stakeholders reflect upon the future of learning in this country
During the last few days, another extremely virulent anti-Ahmadi campaign has been making rounds on social media
At the end, I will say one thing, one can vehemently disagree with Ahmadi beliefs without hating or persecuting them
Jinnah appointed Sir Zafarullah as foreign minister, indicating that he considered a person’s faith a personal...
On a day that saw record deaths from Covid-19, one is left with the acute sense that Khan’s gamble is bound to fail
Whatever the government decides should be done with clarity of thought and implemented diligently
Given the severity of the potential economic fallout, Pakistan requires measures which provide social safety-nets
The Supreme Court should avoid considering the removal of one of the generals leading Pakistan’s COVID-19 fight
The fourth way that the national intelligence agencies can help counter pandemics is through surveillance
Turkey and Malaysia produce a much higher number of researchers in proportion to their population
Evidently, providing relief to private school teachers is not high on the list of government priorities right now
Is the new six team model suitable for a country which has a burgeoning population of 220 million and counting?
Why can't a former leg spinning legend who did not actively commit the crime be thrown a lifeline for his survival?
If Pakistan cricket truly wishes to rise upwards then the first thing we must do is select a qualified coach
POA is sending athletes to the Summer Olympics on a wild card but has ignored genuine medal-winning prospects
Based on the National T20 squads, it seems the PCB has failed to address many problems in the domestic set-up
If Liverpool manage a victory in Manchester, it might be the end of Solskjaer’s career as United’s boss.
The T20 team against weak Sri Lanka represents a missed opportunity to try out players for the world cup next year
Both Solskjaer and Emery are desperate win for a win, not just for their clubs, but to protect their jobs
When Farah started umpiring, people used to laugh at her, ask if her job is just to raise a finger when one gets out.
A shrinking imagination and an absence of philosophical thinking have contributed to the downfall of Urdu poetry
Despite the criticism, Durj is an earnest effort by Abbasi and team to break from the mould of Pakistani cinema
Mayo believes that art can have an impact on people and can help initiate dialogue.
Some sequels are designed to cater to viewers not familiar with the original series, this is not one of them
Joker is the uninhibited madness of a fractured, two-faced world order, manifesting itself as a weeping clown.
This isn’t just another forgetful Netflix original, rather, it is a tale that will strike a chord in many hearts
However analytical Ad Astra’s screenplay may be, it never strays from its core: the ties that bind parent and child
Over the years, Rambo’s spirit and the original soul of Morrell’s story has been taken over by stereotypical...
A band with a heart, their music breaks stereotypes and audiences at concerts cannot help but sway to their music.
The government lacked the spine to take up this issue themselves and instead, sent the matter to the CII
Vawda defended his actions, claiming that people should focus on the message and ignore its presentation
People almost seem numb to the amount of kidnappings that take place in Pakistan, but none of this is normal
The first impression I had after hearing Abbasi’s statements was that they reeked of self-righteousness and...
The media fraternity largely seems oblivious to the impact of the content on the audiences
We cannot make fun of someone with a hole in their sock when we are barefoot ourselves.
Are we only standing in solidarity with Kashmiris who stand with the Pakistani state?
A race to know as much as possible about you has commenced amongst not just Google but all internet giants.
Abbasi framed his decision to marry her as a case of charity or sacrifice.
Why is it that no investigative reports or corrective actions have ever been made public?
Many are asking questions about the extent to which the state is prepared to go to fight the virus
Although the field has been steadily growing in the West, as a discipline it’s relatively nascent in Pakistan
Other impacts of the pandemic on the education system may include a cut in funding from the government
Shehbaz Sharif’s claims also indicate that the establishment has several alternatives up its sleeve
It is perhaps time for us to rewrite Rudyard Kipling’s poem, and reimagine the white man’s burden
Medical institutes should ideally try to provide staff access to psychological interventions based on individual needs
If we wish to combat global catastrophes like Covid-19 then we must start reforming Pakistan’s scientific front
Effective leadership behaviour helps create and sustain supportive learning environments
The mistrust between both the neighbours has also resulted in a vicious cycle of blame game on both sides
Action to avert the food crisis needs to be taken and cannot be left unaddressed until this health crisis is resolved
The devastating impact of this virus will be nothing short of causing a ‘poverty tsunami’
16 workers on their way home from Madhya Pradesh were trampled by a train while they were sleeping on railway tracks
The Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated that immigrants form the backbone of this country’s economy
The ongoing climate crisis is likely to lead to an uptick in future epidemics caused by viruses and other pathogens
Ghani is playing his age old shenanigans and is continuing to use the prisoner release as a bargaining chip
The current pandemic has quickly turned from a public health crisis into an economic crisis
After this emergency, companies and governments will be required to re-asses their value-chain vulnerabilities
The movie will perhaps force us to ask questions about topics usually reserved for the back pages of a newspaper
The trailer doesn’t give details about the plotline but shows the distressed protagonist trying to escape his...
The movie seems like an intense, gripping thriller with a determined female protagonist
Before Imran's address at the UN, Shah Mahmood Qureshi discusses the crisis in IoK and the importance of this US trip
Doctor Sleep seems to have a more complicated plot compared to its iconic classic predecessor
The film seems sharp, witty and bizarrely humorous. You have to give points to Waititi for taking this creative risk
Disney seems increasingly uninspired and creatively vacant, relying on the powers of nostalgia to draw in an audience.
Maleeha Lodhi discusses the future of IoK at the UNSC, Pakistan's role at the UN and the personal attacks against...
The trailer has left people feeling confused, somewhat surprised and also overjoyed. For me, it's disappointment.
The poem was written in response to an event in Ayub Khan’s Pakistan whence the committee was composed
This poem needs to be read today not only as a tribute to Jatoi but as a valuable document of Pakistan’s history
“The people’s poet is your balladeer”: Revisiting Habib Jalib’s tribute to Ho Chi Minh on his 130th birthday
The revolutionary Pakistani poet Habib Jalib devoted a couple of poems to the brave freedom-fighters of Vietnam
Mohammad Khalid Akhtar paid tribute to his friend by writing a fictional letter written on Manto’s pattern
Fahmida Riaz was one of the rare Pakistani intellectuals who publicly identified as a Marxist
Perhaps the most celebrated poem about Lenin is Iqbal’s “Lenin, Khuda ke Huzoor Mein” (Lenin in God’s...
Badayuni came of age in the heady days of the 1950s and 1960s, when revolution was the dominant theme in Urdu poetry
Jalib’s poem 'Dastoor' enhanced the democratic consciousness of the masses at a crucial time in Pakistan’s...
Surprisingly, Urdu memoirists and critics have not at all considered this period of Dagh’s poetry worthy of attention