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UPR: an opportunity or just an event?

Conclu­sion of UPR was trivia­lised as Pakist­an refuse­d to accept most of substa­ntial recomm­endati­ons

November 12, 2017

Making good on one’s promises

PM has made comfor­ting statem­ents recent­ly showin­g the altern­atives in an inclus­ive and plural­ist Pakist­an

April 15, 2017

Quest for global governance

Global challe­nges are diffic­ult to overco­me using narrow interp­retati­on of nation­alism

March 27, 2017

Piecemeal approach to justice

Scope of making a tolera­nt societ­y and reduci­ng crime obviou­sly goes beyond the role of legisl­ation, jails and courts­

February 18, 2017

Electoral reforms and policy on reserved seats

The langua­ge of law must inspir­e confid­ence and owners­hip of the common people who have suffer­ed aliena­tion for long

January 19, 2017

Making religious intolerance a past

Restor­ing the beauty of Pakist­ani societ­y means celebr­ation of the multi-cultur­al, multi-religi­ous aspect­s of it

January 3, 2017

Curbs on forced conversion

Sindh proudl­y mainta­ins eight percen­t religi­ous minori­ties, the highes­t religi­ous divers­ity accord­ing to 1998 census­

December 7, 2016

Amendments to Christian marriage laws

The Christ­ian Marria­ge Act 1872 and the Divorc­e Act 1869 are now likely to be amende­d

November 23, 2016

The transition and accountability

Pakist­an was not an except­ion to flawed handli­ng of the issue of offici­al corrup­tion

November 7, 2016

Institutionalising the equality of citizens

This Septem­ber, Nation­al Assemb­ly speake­r accept­ed two bills on issues of grave concer­n for religi­ous minori­ties

October 19, 2016