Denying political parties their right to oversee the working of their governments has harmed democracy.
Nobody will protect journalists until they demonstrate their capacity to reclaim their rights.
The life of a Pakistani communist and the full details about 1949’s Progressive Writers’ Conference
The human rights community is concerned at Zeenat Shahzadi’s disappearance for the second time.
Our own contribution to the creation of a serious environmental problem was realised much later.
The demise of Pakistan Times was widely mourned because of its role in securing people’s respect for independent press.
The events of 1917 infused new life into freedom movements on the subcontinent.
This is the only region in the country where people of different faiths interact on an equal footing.
Retention of capital punishment for 27 crimes amounts to jeopardising the citizens’ right to life.
Pakistan’s women have achieved much through their own efforts and often in spite of the state.
Have we reached a point where fresh elections are the only option?
A stark exposition of the conditions of women prisoners in Pakistan and a brave teenager’s remarkable personal struggle
The habit of denial has found a permanent place in the minds of Pakistanis.
Students have to be won over with love and affection instead of being hounded.
The PML-N and PTI can claim overwhelming support in very few localities.
That the draft of an ordinance designed to strangulate the press was indeed prepared has been confirmed.
Unnecessary US-bashing will embolden friends of terrorist groups to openly challenge the state.
Pakistan continues to attract harsh notices from international organisations.
The anti-democratic Articles 62 and 63 figure prominently in the bill.
Schoolchildren in Pakistan and India want to give peace a chance.