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Nepotism, embezzlement, corruption: such traits are flaunted as a virtue in Pakistan, but must be stopped for the sake of its...

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Pakistan’s power crisis has sparked riots of discontent against a visionless leadership.

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A new model for microfinance is making waves in Pakistan.

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Journalists working in Pakistan face serious challenges – but their commitment is second to none.

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In Kashmir, ‘collateral damage’ can mean losing everything in a matter of seconds, reports Dilnaz Boga.

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Recent changes in US foreign policy bode well for this week’s talks with Pakistan.

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Empowering girls and women in Pakistan

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*Hilary Synnott*’s book is a useful introduction to Pakistan’s past, present and possible future.

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Pakistan's army offensive has wrongfooted the Taliban. But the larger war of ideas has yet to be won. *Pervez Hoodbhoy*...

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In the strife-torn valley of India-controlled Kashmir, the decades-long conflict continues to take its toll, especially on its...

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Adventures in the ‘terror’ zone – and how the hijab does not keep you hidden

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My relationship with Peshawar has been hatred on first sight. I was 6
years old when I visited the city for the first...

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Pakistani physicist *Pervez Hoodbhoy* explores his country’s rocky relationship with nukes.

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'We are the millions of women and men, organisations, networks,movements, trade unions from all parts of the world. We come...

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The recent introduction of martial law in Pakistan has helped to end a three-decade drought on student activism in the country...

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*Ayesha Ijaz Khan* explains Pakistan's precarious position.

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