How to reform Pakistan’s agriculture sector

Ibtisam Ahmed | Updated Nov 26, 2020 |

Conferring blame on nature suits policymakers as it absolves them from political culpability

Indian farmers are rising up against Modi’s ‘Great Reset’

Andrew Korybko | Updated Nov 27, 2020 |

The BJP fears the influence farmers hold over society, hence their interest in politically neutralising them

How Khadim Rizvi exposed and exploited a nation

Raza Habib Raja | Updated Nov 23, 2020 |

Rizvi did not create the hate, he merely exploited it and, in the process, made it even more virulent

Has contemporary Urdu poetry lost its essence?

Aziz Ali Dad | Updated Oct 31, 2019 |

A shrinking imagination and an absence of philosophical thinking have contributed to the downfall of Urdu poetry

Ali Sethi: more than meets the eye

Shuja Uddin | Updated Jun 30, 2020 |

Sethi is reconciling Pakistan with its checkered past and contextualising its mysterious future

Why is it important to build emotional intelligence in children?

Kanzah Mahar | Updated Nov 16, 2020 |

Being able to distinguish between feelings and holding only those that are important for growth could do wonders

PCB's new domestic structure: Improvement at the price of unemployment?

Rvel Zahid | Updated Feb 25, 2020 |

Is the new six team model suitable for a country which has a burgeoning population of 220 million and counting?

Will Zindagi Tamasha dig deep into the intolerance in our society?

Sami Saayer | Updated Oct 02, 2019 |

The movie will perhaps force us to ask questions about topics usually reserved for the back pages of a newspaper

Habib Jalib’s requiem for Armenia prefigures the current conflict

Raza Naeem | Updated Oct 07, 2020 |

Jalib penned verses on some of the most pressing affairs of the 20th century, whether local, regional or international