No one to shoulder burden of KP’s elderlies

My present abode has all the basic facilities one needs to survive […]

Cricket — a not-so-equal ‘national’ game

Pakistan’s minorities continue to aspire to become truly equal citizens and serve […]

Quetta Gurdwara’s handover turns dreams into reality

In his 50s today, Sardar Raj Singh Khalsa grew up hearing stories […]

KP records nearly 200 cases of child abuse this year

As is now sadly common every few weeks or months, another case […]

Transgender persons’ miseries continue unhindered

The Constitution of Pakistan gives every citizen equal rights but the country’s […]

Sindh’s children remain helpless against sexual abuse

Earlier this month, twelve-year-old Ahmed Bhatti was kidnapped from Tandojam in Sindh […]

‘ETPB head should be from minorities’

Since the inception of the Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) around seven […]

‘Shaping Peace Together’

The International Day of Peace is observed on September 21 each year. […]

Women’s participation in SIDA long overdue

Women constitute 49% of Pakistan’s population but constitute only 24% of its […]

Sindh’s Hindus landless in their own land

On a bright, sunny summer morning, middle-aged Manjhi Kohli struggles to harvest […]

Minorities see way out as Punjab sets education quota

Pakistan’s marginalised minorities have welcomed the Punjab government’s recent approval of a […]

Peshawar’s Christians may lose their homes again

Affluent residents of Peshawar’s Gulbahar-V locality are constantly irked by the piles […]