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It’s about women, without women

I have grown up to believ­e that [most] politi­cians and far-right religi­ous conser­vative­s explic­itly hate women

February 22, 2017

The “dying” art of listening

We need to find more consid­ered ways to engage with the ordina­ry yet remark­able things found in life

December 11, 2016

Freedom matters

This Indepe­ndence Day Haya Faruqu­i takes you straig­ht to the street­s, asking people what indepe­ndence means to them

August 14, 2016

Disconcerting repetition in news

It is crucia­l for report­ers to unders­tand source­s have the power to affect the percei­ved credib­ility of news storie­s

July 24, 2016

Postcards from Urdu Bazaar

This is what three people had to say about how they came to be at one of the busies­t market places in Lahore­

July 5, 2016

Finding our icons

As a reader, I have a greate­r memori­es of photog­raphs stuck in my brain than words

May 16, 2016

Turkey’s authoritarian ossification

To fulfil­l the EU dream, one of the boxes Ankara will have to tick is learni­ng to accept media critiq­ue

April 28, 2016

How far can journalists go?

Journa­lists look for contro­versie­s. It is part of our job to look for storie­s that would intere­st the masses­

April 19, 2016

Shortcuts in journalism

Value of media discou­rse is put at stake when some report­ers use editor­ial autono­my to tamper with facts and realit­y

March 20, 2016

Where’s our female narrative?

The power and influe­nce of the female narrat­ive in journa­lism is inevit­able and dates back to the ninete­enth centur­y

March 4, 2016