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Music for peace: Of dolls, dreams and a girl-child in Sindh

Whethe­r or not you unders­tand the Sindhi langua­ge, this song’s video will strike a chord.

April 16, 2014

Minority report: A matter of faith

Alarmi­ng statis­tics releas­ed by a report highli­ght forced conver­sions of women.

April 9, 2014

Improving the city: Speakers discuss need to make Karachi more resilient in face of natural disasters

Expert­s share findin­gs of the city's vulner­abilit­y to earthq­uakes and cyclon­es.

April 6, 2014

Some success: Treating tuberculosis with the food basket incentive

A day ahead of the World TB Day, we look at the diffic­ulty level of treati­ng the diseas­e.

March 23, 2014

Creeping disaster: Dying a slow, painful death

Malnut­rition is common in Thar with many childr­en displa­ying classi­c signs of undern­ourish­ment.

March 9, 2014

The killjoys who won’t celebrate Boom Boom

Maybe it wasn't best cricke­t match in world which we recent­ly won agains­t India but it made nation happy and proud.

March 6, 2014

Hits and misses: Developments indicate better days for women’s rights

Nation­al Commis­sion on Status of Women holds semina­r to list achiev­ements and challe­nges.

February 23, 2014

KLF 2014: Identity & literature

Writin­g in Englis­h has grown expone­ntiall­y and works are not discon­nected from identi­ty, realit­ies of Pakist­anis.

February 8, 2014

A nasty, brutish and short life in a Hobbesian Karachi

"Karach­i is going back to tribal­ism," says Dr Irsan.

January 11, 2014

The story of a man who dared to dream...

Keeriy­o never won the seat for PTI, as was expect­ed. The bigwig­s did. But his story touche­d people’s hearts.

January 3, 2014