Editorial – Magazine
Our special feature, this month, is “December 16: wounds that never heal”. We are taken back in time to that bone-chilling day in December...
Benazir Bhutto: An Intangible Legacy
Former Executive Editor of The Express Tribune discusses Benazir Bhutto’s tumultuous life, legacy and the impact she left on the Pakistan Peoples Party and others.
Christmas: Faith and festivity Kaleidoscope of history
A prominent journalist and a vocal member of Pakistan’s Christian community looks at Christmas' history and explains the origins of Christmas day festivities.
Five Takeaways from Ideas 2018 Defense Exhibition
JF-17 Fighter Block-III One of the most exciting news from the IDEAS 2018 convention is that Pakistan’s JF-17 Thunder fighter, developed in cooperation with China...
Set on a Journey of Undefeated Dreams – Interview with APS Survivor
Waleed Khan was on the auditorium stage when the terrorists started the indiscriminate shooting. Waleed Khan was only 13 years old when he was...
Remembering APS: A tribute to those ‘who never came back’
I was trying to open the knots of time, recollecting the shadows of life which had waved a long goodbye to my propensities. “Baba, Baba...
An interesting plan to ‘sell Pakistan to the world’ – Chairman BOI
Najma Minhas Managing Editor Global Village Space sat down with Haroon Sharif Minister of State and currently holding the charge as Chairman Board of...
Unlocking Dead Capital to unleash the Asian Tiger in Pakistan
Former deputy chairman of the Planning Commission of Pakistan takes to task babus, for still practicing 20th-century outmoded economic models and not willing to learn anything new that takes them out of their comfort zone.
President NBP explains ways to uplift Pakistan’s economy
President National Bank of Pakistan explicates on why banking is essential to reducing socio-economic inequalities in Pakistan and expands on how the digital banking era is playing out for banks.
JS Bank eyeing to empower small investors – CEO JS Global Capital
GVS: Throughout the world companies do the majority of their funding from stock markets – in Pakistan companies find it difficult to raise funds...
Fall of Dhaka 1971: Questioning the Iconic 3 million
Is the Bangladesh government’s official figure of three million a fair estimate of the number of people killed by the Pakistan military and its...
Biharis: Their crime was their belief in Pakistan – Sultan M Hali
Former PAF officer calls out for the Bihari community. He recalls how they were butchered in thousands in 1970-71 for supporting the idea of Pakistan and why giving them citizenship today is the least Pakistan can do.
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