The author is a senior journalist and former secretary general of the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists.
Sardar Mumtaz Ali Bhutto, who passed away this week at 88 navigated many twists and turns in his political career spanning over 50 years. Despite...
The growth of the media from print to electronic to the massive digital media ecosystem has led to a mushroom growth in journalists and social media...
Can the crises laid bare by the recent rains in Karachi be overcome?
In a country where laws have been made to gag the press, ‘dissent’ is unacceptable
Recent political developments and rising differences within his party cadres indicate that all is not well for the PM
The government is set to seek Altaf Hussain’s extradition
A rollback would be disastrous to an already fragile democratic culture. A lack of implementation could be equally damaging
Having covered many stories of terrorism and target killing — I was never as excited in my career as I was when on July 15, 2002, my boss at the...
By executing Bhutto Zia got to save his neck and rule the country for 11 years
His arrest in 1980s case during a media clampdown is highly suspect. It seems that the government is out to settle personal vendettas