The situation becomes all the more critical when seen in the context of the country’s current economic data
In developing countries like Pakistan financial burden of healthcare systems can be insurmountable hurdle
Today India’s declared policy is to completely isolate Pakistan economically
Being too new to the system the PM should have filled his first cabinet with experienced people
PM hopes to start a dialogue with India if Modi is re-elected
A 537-page book by Dr Hafiz A Pasha answers some important questions
If country is already experiencing economic problems, floating exchange rates may make the situation worse
Pakistan still groping in the dark trying to find out what is wrong with education system
It is the state’s responsibility to establish a social-welfare state and not that of the private sector
India seems to have been caught in its own Kashmiri contradictions
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.
Climate change and global warming has ushered the rise of a new era that scientists are calling the Anthropocene
Two lions from the Islamabad zoo met a terrible fate while being transported to a sanctuary
As the infection curve begins to flatten, it is apparent that the smart lockdown initiative has been highly successful in curbing the spread of the contagion.
Even after a year of severe violence and oppression, international communities still choose to ignore the gross violation of human rights being carried out in IIOJK.
Being the cornerstone of the PTI’s electoral campaign, the creation of a South Punjab province was something that reverberated not only with the inhabitants of South Punjab.
Discipline, dedication and responsibility are some of the many qualities that define a perfect corporate employee, irrespective of their education or their field.
If no coercive actions are taken, natural disasters in Sindh will become a common phenomenon
Situation in IIOJ&K remains a powder keg of anger and repression ravaged by curfew
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The writer is a recent graduate from the University of Cambridge, and will be working as a lawyer in a UK-based law firm.
The writer is a lawyer based in Karachi. She is a strong advocate of women empowerment and gender equality and is interested in gender justice and women’s rights. She tweets at @sara_raza7.
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.
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