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Trigger-happy in Balochistan

Almost all dead bodies found are mostly ideali­stic politi­cal activi­sts of Baloch rights, not necess­arily separa­tism.

June 9, 2011

Who’s afraid of rape survivors?

If gender sensit­isatio­n of instit­utions is to be undert­aken, Pakist­an’s judici­ary should be the starti­ng point.

May 16, 2011

Out of mind, not out of sight

Displa­cement of large commun­ities in Pakist­an has been caused by a combin­ation of factor­s.

April 19, 2011

A dangerous country for journalists

Accord­ing to a CPJ report, eight journa­lists were killed Pakist­an during 2010.

March 31, 2011

Investigating corruption

The media in Pakist­an has enjoye­d freedo­m for over a decade now but we have yet to have our Waterg­ate or Tehelk­a.

February 21, 2011

Reporting the military

The silenc­e of the electr­onic media on issues of corrup­tion in the milita­ry is deafen­ing.

January 20, 2011

The good, the bad and the Wiki

Not since the public­ation of the Pentag­on Papers has Americ­an foreig­n policy been expose­d for what it is.

December 8, 2010

All the news unfit to air

Whenev­er a crisis brews due to irresp­onsibl­e report­ing, there is talk of an indepe­ndent commis­sion, but little action.

November 9, 2010

Media’s role in promoting religiosity

The onslau­ght of religi­ous progra­mmes on electr­onic media has dimini­shed societ­y’s capaci­ty for ration­al thinki­ng.

October 19, 2010