The Sharif government seems to be utterly helpless in the face of those who cheer for murder
After the horror of APS attack, Pakistan could’ve changed course, focusing on rights protections and ending extremism
The hostile climate in Pakistan after the APS attack had left Afghan refugees feeling fearful of Pakistani police
The government should respond to Lahore factory tragedy by taking urgent steps to protect workers
The Pakistani government’s death penalty spree has become a barbaric assembly-line
An apology for violence or demonising the victim does nothing but provide an enabling environment for the next killing
The education system seeks to produce ‘hyper-patriots’ and maybe that was what the killers considered themselves to be
The real problem is that the State is failing at what it claims to be its defining features — Security and Ideological
If the argument is for establishing the Kingdom of Mian Sahib, the Younger, then go ahead and make the argument
In a complex, typically Pakistani manner, we have slugged on to take a step forward in electoral democracy
Joe Root heaps praise on Pakistan’s bowling armoury
Won't let them dominate: Naseem on bowling to Root, Stokes
Azhar Ali optimistic ahead of first England Test
Pakistan has decided it will not evacuate its citizens from China to counter the threat of the fast-spreading corona virus. Do you agree with the decision?
Polls are non-scientific, reflect only the online audience and can be manipulated.
Now is the time for all entities involved to sit together and reach a peaceful consensus
For all we know, the post Covid-19 world could further strengthen the liberal order
Adequate and timely treatment must be ensured to anyone infected
A lot is left for time to decide
We need a complete overhaul of the system
Relevant authorities unaware their lax behaviour led to nothing but destruction in Karachi
Only then can we pave the way for a better and brighter future of our children
This culture of banning serves no purpose
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The writer is a a Research Associate currently working at the Strategic Studies Institute Islamabad (SSII). She graduated with a degree in International Relations and Economics with a focus in International Ethics from Mount Holyoke College. She tweets at @FareehaShamim_.
The author is an advocate for Sindh High Court and has been practicing since 2013
The author holds a Masters degree from NUST, Islamabad and writes about current affairs and politics.
Laila Akber Cassum: The writer is a senior instructor at Aga Khan University School of Nursing and Midwifery, Karachi. She has a special interest in geriatric care, critical care and teaching and learning pedagogies. Her current work is on online migration of nursing education.
Dr Saniya Sabzwari: The writer is a Fellow of the American Board of Family Medicine and an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the Aga Khan University Hospital Karachi, Pakistan. She has a special interest in community mental health, health education and geriatrics.
The writer has a background in strategic studies from the National Defence University, Islamabad. He has a keen interest in topics relating to political science, international affairs and security studies.
Currently based in Manila, the author specialises in corporate sustainability and sustainable development with experience working with the Pakistan Business Council. Fatima is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s Masters of Science in Sustainability Management program and actively participates in the management and administration of Taj Consultant Clinics. In her spare time, Fatima spends time with its her plants, running and painting in watercolors. She has also received many awards for using her watercolor paintings for charitable work.
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