Clear definitions help countries identify extremists.
There are broader dynamics within the Muslim world that minimise the likelihood of a joint voice on Kashmir.
The country's healthcare system is too fragmented to deliver a coordinated response to an outbreak.
Spurring innovation while stifling thought leads nowhere.
Karachi is the dystopia that other world cities will want to avoid.
This is a politics that hates analysis and nuance.
Each year, PEN highlights the cases of five persecuted writers.
The JUI-F apparently disinvited its female members.
The media is meant to be a mouthpiece, toeing the official line.
A mobile app to track child abuse is not a panacea.
The government has no understanding of the role of a free press.
The OIC provides a convenient platform for doublespeak.
The crisis shows how far political opposition in India has been eroded.
A process to disengage from the political sphere is on-going.
Nothing about leaks is clear-cut.
Sport should be a grass-roots activity.
Even the best plan will backfire if not handled well.
Pakistan must entrench its ties with Iran.
When it comes to nuclear warfare, words matter.
Our leaders should take note: grand gestures no longer compensate for venality, incompetence, or dissemblance.