The number of hungry people in the world has risen to over 821m.
The legions that live within us can affect us in ways we never dreamt of.
A few weeks ago, desperate farmers undertook a true long march in Sindh.
The civilisation offers tantalising clues.
Now we know that interests trump ideology any day of the week.
What if you could edit out emotion itself?
Several hours had passed, hours in which a small neck could easily have been snapped.
For over six years, Junaid Hafeez has been in solitary confinement.
More than 700,000 families refused to vaccinate their children in KP.
It is not enough to impose and enforce a ban without looking for alternatives.
How do we call out our families and friends when we see them employ a child?
The courts must be treated as nothing less than an essential service.
The tale of the ‘spokesman’ is the latest episode of the comedy series.
Dissecting religious symbols and tales is a perilous undertaking.
Phones know more about us than our family and friends do.
We ask simply for the law to be applied to those who held us hostage.
The fruits of largesse were visible in the parroting of the Saudi line.
Reality is increasingly becoming a matter of opinion.
We are not alone in this right-wing drift.
On the day of the fire, windows were barred, doors were padlocked.