Pakistan’s dual nationality conundrum

Annia Mirza | Aug 05, 2020 |

Is having a green passport, or being geographically within Pakistan, a substitute for loyalty or competency?

The China-Pakistan bio-weapons hoax was a shoddy example of fake news

Andrew Korybko | Aug 06, 2020 |

The “report” itself mentioned India so many times that any objective reader would immediately grow suspicious

How Pakistan’s Covid-19 response stands at a crossroads

Umair Zafar Malik | Aug 03, 2020 |

There are multiple reasons why it is important to highlight the thus far successful management of Covid-19 in Pakistan

Has contemporary Urdu poetry lost its essence?

Aziz Ali Dad | 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 | Jun 30, 2020 |

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

Period poverty and Covid-19

Sara Raza | Aug 04, 2020 |

With the prevalence of Covid-19, it becomes the state’s responsibility to provide sanitation facilities

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

Rvel Zahid | 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 | Oct 02, 2019 |

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

Fahmida Riaz’s satirical poem ‘World Bank’ reminds us of two champions of the oppressed

Raza Naeem | Jul 28, 2020 |

The beauty of Riaz’s satire is that she does not turn prescriptive, as many of her contemporaries often do