The author is a senior journalist and former secretary general of the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists.
Disinforming people or keeping them ill-informed has been one of the key tactics of the State
Mir Murtaza Bhutto’s death in a controversial ‘encounter’ near his 70 Clifton residence on September 20, 1996, still remains an unsolved...
A conversation with Ghinwa Bhutto on politics after Murtaza Bhutto
Following the Kashmir lockdown, a look at how journalists pursue truth and the kind of support they need when freedoms are in jeopardy
Democracy without transparency is meaningless, and this is exactly what has happened during successive governments
Some matters become controversial because of the petitioners involved, especially when they are not the aggrieved parties
There appears to be no satisfactory explanation for forced disappearances even as some of the missing people return to their homes
Last week PML-N displayed some street power after a long time. Keeping this in mind, what is in store for the party?
The PTI turned 23 last week, its politics still reflect immaturity as evidenced in frequent reshuffles in the cabinet
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