A huge collection of 3400+ free website templates JAR theme com WP themes and more at the biggest community-driven free web design site
Home / Features

Features

Lessons we have learnt in the last 70 years

Dr Ayesha Jalal Commemorative events like independence anniversaries are more than just occasions to revel and rejoice with symbolic displays of national pride and rhetorical fanfare. They are a time for mature reflection and informed discussion on what is happening around us, locally, regionally and globally, with a view to …

Read More »

Exploding population bomb

Zahid Hussain AMIDST intense political wrangling and a show of national indignation over President Donald Trump’s threatening words, a more important issue affecting the future of this country has gone almost unheeded. The population time bomb that had long been ticking is now exploding. While in other underdeveloped countries, the …

Read More »

Why our democracy is prone to reversals

Umair Javed Nawaz Sharif’s disqualification to hold public office has generated a great deal of analysis over its implications for Pakistan’s democracy. As another prime minister goes home without seeing out their term, the concerns about democracy’s future sound eminently familiar: attempts to formalise even a procedural democracy, let alone …

Read More »

NA-120 by-poll is about offices, meetings, posters

LAHORE: (Web Desk) As the polling day for NA-120 by-polls is inching closer, electioneering by various candidates is gaining momentum. There are 44 candidates for the seat fell vacant after the disqualification of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif in the Panama case. Polling will be held on Sept 17. The …

Read More »

Most influential Pakistani after Jinnah

Momina Manzoor Khan Abdul Sattar Edhi devoted his own life to saving other lives. It started when his mother fell fatally ill and his family received zero support from the state. He first took to the streets of Karachi in 1951, asking for donations to set up a modest network …

Read More »

ARROGANCE HAS TO BE EARNED

Humair Ishtiaq There are always two ways of learning from what we see people around us doing or not doing. The commonly recommended way is to do what good others are doing or not to do what others are not doing so that we may also be good like them. …

Read More »

THE RAJA OF CRICKET

S.M. Hussain Imagine travelling back in time … there you are, sitting in one of the stands of Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados and there is Wasim Raja sans helmet showing his class and grit as he scores an unbeaten 117 against the deadly West Indian bowling attack. A reggae …

Read More »