Opinion

The Butterfly Effect

by Humayun Gauhar Now learn to differentiate between right and wrong. Those who don’t believe in God the Almighty Creator should not read this article. They will find that their time has been wasted. An […]

Opinion

Rosebud, meet Calibri

By Danyaal Khaliq   Four years ago, Mr Sharif won his third term as Prime Minister of Pakistan. On that day, I sat down to write him a letter which, incidentally, I never sent. I […]

Opinion

Census Pakistan 2017: Time Changes Everything

by Huma Khan (Director Research and Communications Center for Global & Strategic Studies) The official commencement of Pakistan’s population census was initiated in March 2017 – a good 19 years since the last census took […]

Opinion

The Devaluation of Colour

by Syahirah Anwar If history has taught us anything, it is that colour matters. The world has seen a long-standing struggle in trying to create colour equality, and one would think that since we are […]

Opinion

Once Upon A Time, A Peaceful Karachi Existed

by Asmatullah Niazi Over the past few years, Karachi often makes the news for all the wrong reasons – violent crimes, riots, chaos, shootings, murder, kidnapping, terrorism and more. But that was not always the […]