The writer is a freelance journalist and researcher.
Sana Munir focuses on women who continue to display bravery within the existing exploitative social systems
Whether alone, in pairs or groups, our existence amongst the foliage in the shadows was accepted
Should security personnel be allowed to police according to selective morals and values rather than by laws and procedure?
While the themes of infidelity and heartbreak are synonymous with Pakistani TV, Mere Paas Tum Ho’s depiction has gained both acclaim and notoriety
TNS asked what the #MeToo movement Pakistan was like in 2019? What do you hope 2020 will bring?
The year ends with Pakistan at 151 out of 153 countries in the gender gap index but bridging the income and participation gap in Pakistan isn’t...
While viewing exquisite artworks, one cannot help ponder over the relationship between vulnerable labour and art
In Dua Mangi’s case, the crime was not reported as crime, rather as a sensational happening involving a young woman
In conversation with Amar Alam, a writer and editor based in Lahore who runs Pandemonium Publications
No evidence has yet surfaced on the origin of the Lahore azadari processions. Local residents and scholars, however, attribute it to Syed Ghulam Ali...