By Ayesha Majeed - It is a very common research that fathers generally have as much or more influence on many aspects of a daughter’s life as compared to the mothers. In most cases how “he approaches his own life will serve
By Zulfiqar Kunbhar - The communities living in the fan shaped delta of Indus River, the lifeline of Pakistan, are entirely different from the rest of the country. Almost entire community gathers at one place
By Sidrah Roghay - Saba*, a parent, pays Rs 80,000 as school fee for three children who attend the Beaconhouse School System. That’s a lot of money even for her well-to-do family which owns a profitable
By S. Mubashir Noor - Even for a cult of personality, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) is unique. Its beloved leader, Altaf Hussain, sings, tells jokes, and takes a nap; all while addressing the faithful.
By Ali Rizvi - The odds of being an astronaut are 1:14200000 or 1 in 142 million. The odds of sky diving over the Mount Everest are 1:35500000 or 1 in 355 million. The odds of a Pakistani to visit the North and the South Pole are
By A Rahim Khan - Famously, science fiction doyen, Arthur C. Clarke, ventured, as a young air force officer who occasionally dabbled in fiction, the idea of communication satellites. Proposing the launch of ‘artificial satellites’ into
By A Rahim Khan - “I want to be clear, you’re a Muslim, so why did you write a book about the founder of Christianity?” If the questions seem pointed, even a little blunt, forgetting that it sounds hopelessly obtuse, that is
By Aftab Channa - With the poor governance and alleged irregularities in financial matters of the Sindh province, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif has instructed the Pakistan People's Party