Instead of pandering to the low tastes of the Indian masses, Indian media should seek to uplift its intellectual level.
Martin Scorsese, the "OG of Cinema," has crafted a legendary career marked by gripping storytelling and unforgettable performances.
In a world filled with human rights violations, the author questions the true meaning of human rights and whether they are just a myth.
The author presents a tribute to the lawyers of Pakistan who are fearlessly speaking and fighting against the tyrant rulers.
This compelling narrative explores groundbreaking approaches to governance, reimagines infrastructure development, and charts a path toward sustainable energy solutions.
The author reflects on the role of education and the need for quality teachers in a society still grappling with a lack of rational thinking.
Lt Gen (retd) Tariq Khan expresses hope for the country's success but calls for a reevaluation of the caretaker government's role and actions.
As autocrats employ a range of strategies to quell dissent, from repression to concession, economic aid to perfunctory dialogue, the specter of a third wave of popular uprisings looms large.
The newly formed alliance of 28 opposition parties in India, known as INDIA, is a mere political stunt and will not be effective.
Will any writer or poet in the subcontinent write a song similar to "The Song of the Stormy Petrel" for the impending storm?
Overseas Pakistanis should highlight how instability in Pakistan could harm US financial interests to garner support for Khan's release.