We need to learn a lesson from Qandeel’s tragic death
Khan came to prominence through maintaining a close liaison with the people
The authorities concerned must formulate a solution in the form of a genuine vision
Pakistan was a country of 34 million people in 1951, including the then East Pakistan
The commercialisation of education, rampant in the world today, has also left its mark on third world countries
Lack of education is like a cancer that pervades society and ruins the state physically and mentally
The BCCI’s stance has gone hot and cold over the issue
Arzaan Chacha is a quaint blessing in disguise for students struggling financially
In Japanese mythology, Namazu is a giant catfish which causes earthquakes
Government machinery seems to be taking no steps against the excessive fee increases
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.
It looks as if littering has turned into our collective habit
While the vaccination process in the country is proceeding pretty slowly, the authorities must focus on getting the public comply with the SOPs
The world community must take Mr Deif’s words seriously and impose sanctions on the Israeli state institutions
I hope that the workforce associated with the housing scheme will leave no stone unturned for making it a great success
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