National-level policy agendas require local implementation in order to successfully meet their aims
Pakistani and Indian physicians step out in the war against racism
Remembering Talib Jauhari the private person behind the religious scholar
The trade war started by Washington last year and the latest sanctions against Chinese individuals and companies look like the beginning of a new Cold War
Congress leaders accepted Pakistan only as a stopgap measure
The petrol crisis has hit the provincial capital hard. Despite tall claims made by the government and city...
The virus and the associated social isolation are causing an immense increase in mental health issues
At a time when even the fitness freaks among us are stranded at home, an open-air, roof-top wellness centre in the...
Dr Ajaz Anwar recounts his journey from Damascus to Mosul
The Covid-19 pandemic has given rise to the popularity of sports like cycling in our cities. But you have to be really careful in order to avoid any injuries as cycling can be physically demanding.
The first World Cup in the party capital of cricket, the West Indies, this one came with big expectations, under whose weight it soon began to crumble
Moin Khan’s pugnacious batting, often in difficult circumstances, is best remembered for the little cameo that he played in the 1992 World Cup semi-final against New Zealand.
With his amazing record in ODIs, Inzamam-ul-Haq can fit it on any side, any time but since when he started his career and bowled left-arm spin, he automatically becomes part of this list
We need to wait and see where the Justice Isa case and his ultimate fate leaves judges and judicial independence
The ‘stabilisation’ budget will eat into GDP growth
An analysis of budgets of four provinces and the Centre suggests that health is a top agenda item
It is both fear and love that mark one’s relations with the great forces of nature
Facemasks were scarce until a few months ago. Today, they are being prepared indigenously and in all sorts of styles and colours