Arshad Yousafzai is based in Karachi and mainly covers political parties, labour, education policy, science and research, minorities, and human rights for The News International.
A festival that celebrated and reclaimed in one go
It is still too early to say something conclusive about the tragedy that struck Keamari
Byram D Avari will be remembered for his business acumen, love of sailing and philanthropy
Local politics in various Karachi districts is shaped by ethnicity, community identity and political parties
His achievements as an educationist and philanthropist seem to be far more enduring than what he accomplished in his political carer
By passing a bill allowing student unions in educational institutes in the province, Sindh has taken the lead in meeting a longstanding demand....
The largest cattle market officially organised by Karachi’s administration appears to be violating the protocols for the ‘new normal’
Though the smallest religious minority of the country vows non-involvement in partisan politics, Bahai community votes as part of its principle of...
Rozi Khan Burki and his team of volunteers have taken the challenge of reviving an endangered and indigenous language
There are two million Gujarati-speaking people in Karachi but not a single school that teaches the language