Why do women have to die to be taken seriously?
Regardless of how the story is told, it has succeeded in making people rethink how they perceive the iconic figure.
It's atrocious to think that in the 21st century, enough women need to speak for the world to believe one of them.
How is feminism “degrading” to a mother when maternity leave was made possible because of this very movement?
“I didn’t even think of what he was doing to me. I was told it's is a wife’s duty, to do what her husband tells...
Given the definition of being a virgin, why was she worried about losing her virginity to a tampon or menstrual cup
Does an attack on a western country automatically seem more evil and disastrous than an attack on a Muslim nation?
The country’s attitude towards rape and its survivors goes on to show how patriarchal and male dominant our society is
If rapists never make good husbands, how can you expect her to marry her perpetrator and live a healthy and sane life?
A victim would never consent, of her own will, to be married to her rapist. It would only aggravate the circumstances.
Harsha Bhogle questions Babar Azam’s initial effectiveness in T20 cricket
Prevention of offences in sports bill faces further delay
WATCH: Babar Azam e-meets eight-year-old fan
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.
People are now all too aware of the Covid-19 virus and how it spreads, and countries all over the world have taken serious precautionary measures to curb the spread.
The power woes of the citizens of Karachi are too many , including loadshedding, high tariff.
One can only pray rule of law is enforced rather than another cycle of political point-scoring
Cyber harassment also has severe psychological repercussions
The recent downpour in Karachi has caused much havoc for citizens.
Those who consider taking online classes a piece of cake must do a little research
It has been four years since the death of Abdul Sattar Edhi
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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.
The writer is an Egyptian researcher with a special interest in Middle Eastern Issues
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