By Yasmeen Ali
In Pakistan,depending on your place of residing,there is no electricity from six to twenty hours a day. Whereas it has hit hard the lives of the common man,making it impossible to function on a day to day basis,it has also brought down production in industrial sectors drastically,costing . . . →Read More:What needs to be fixed?
Click to enlarge. Data source:World Values Survey
By Max Fisher
When two Swedish economists set out to examine whether economic freedom made people any more or less racist,they knew how they would gauge economic freedom,but they needed to find a way to measure a country’s level of racial tolerance. So they . . . →Read More:Map on the wall,Who is the racist of them all?
The Ajoka theatre group kicked off its celebration of Saadat Hassan Manto’s 101st birth anniversary here on Wednesday with readings from his work by famous writers and clips from a television show on his life.
The evening began at the Alhamra on The Mall with the presentation of an upcoming drama and movie,Mai Manto, . . . →Read More:Ajoka commemorates Manto’s Anniversary
By Ghalib Sultan
‘Siapa’ is a wonderfully expressive Punjabi word almost impossible to accurately translate into English. It means a development or situation full of interconnected problems,difficulties,contradictions and intrigues — not easy to resolve and not easy to live with. Why should the elections that catapulted the Sharifs to power be a ‘siapa’?
. . . →Read More:THE SHARIF ‘SIAPA’
By Murtaza Haider
Pakistan may not be the world’s largest democracy,but is certainly the world’s bravest. Over 50 million voters braved heat,violence,and terrorism to cast their votes and wrote a new chapter in the history of democracy.
. . . →Read More:The most courageous democracy:Pakistan